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Palace 11 (Heizel) collection point for goods for Ukraine

Palace 11 (Heizel) collection point for goods for Ukraine

Brussels
Expo’s Palace 11 at the Heizel is now the official collection point for the
Ukrainian embassy in Brussels for all goods being collected to help the people
of Ukraine.  A new collection point was
needed because the embassy was simply too small to cope with the influx of
goods being donated by the public at large.

The
Brussels chamber of commerce is helping the Ukrainian embassy in its bid to
collect goods:

“We
prepared Palace 11 as a collection point. 
Here the goods are sorted and made ready for their trip to Ukraine by
truck” says Francis De Molder. 

Palace 11
has been inundated with donations of goods.

“I’m really
impressed by the number of people arriving here to deliver goods.  I guess a lot of people still have to make
the journey”.

“People
bringing goods here can rest assured that everything will arrive safely.  Everything is immediately put on the trucks.  They all have Ukrainian numberplates and will
be heading back home”.

Palace 11
will serve as a collection point at least till the end of March.  It’s open from 8AM till 8PM seven days a
week.  The organiser asks people to sort
goods before they are handed in. 
Clothes, food and hygiene products should be packed separately.

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