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Humanitarian mission: Australian entrepreneur donating ambulances in Ukraine

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Australian entrepreneur, James Spenceley, is leading the crew at ‘Aus Ukraine Aid,’ providing ambulances throughout the war-torn nation

HUMANITARIAN MISSION- As the war in Ukraine wages on, people around the world are putting their own lives on the line to help those in need.

People from all areas of profession have put their day-to-day lives aside to be in Ukraine, amid the war.

Many have travelled from afar to support Ukraine, including doctors, nurses, ambulance workers, charity organisations, journos and many more.

Australian telecommunications entrepreneur and Airtasker chairman, James Spencley travelled to the war zone to deliver ambulances and medical aid support vehicles.

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Australian entrepreneur, James Spenceley, has been leading the ‘Aus Ukraine Aid’ group on the ground in Ukraine.

They have been working around the clock to provide ambulances throughout the war-torn nation.

This is their fourth visit to Ukraine, since the beginning of the war in February. Spenceley reserves a special spot in his heart for Ukraine, after living there in 2004.

Here, he met his Ukrainian wife.

Once the war began, Spenceley said he said he couldn’t sit by and watch the war any longer; he had to help those in need. That’s when his ambitious humanitarian efforts began.

James Spenceley and his family
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“There’s nights where you feel scared…We get inspired by the strength and resilience of the Ukrainian people.”

James spenceley, Aus ukraine aid

Spenceley says the spirit of the Ukrainian people is what inspires him to carry on.

“I spoke to a father who had volunteered for the war… I asked him how do you reconcile you’re out on the frontlines and you’ve got kids at home… And he said, ‘the thing I value more than anything is my kids growing up in a free country.'”

James spenceley, Aus ukraine aid

Ukraine has received an enormous amount of support from leading nations, as they continue in their fight for their freedom.

However, on the ground, further aid is required.

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