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We travel to Ukraine time and again to provide refugees, children and military personnel with French fries and snacks, then make it as cozy as possible with music and cozily decorated tents so that people can escape from the intense reality for a while. Per day we give away up to 2,000 servings of French fries and snacks. A total of about 200,000 trays of French fries and 200,000 snacks already. We also help war victims in other ways both with relief supplies and financially.


Our current trip:
We are currently in Ukraine for our 15th trip. We started in central Ukraine where we were joined by Dutch politicians. They were very impressed by our work but more so by the images they saw there. They could see with their own eyes what the war has done in Bucha, Irpin and Borodyanka.

Then we continued without the politicians to the east where we baked fries in Sviatogirsk and in Kramatorsk, among other places.

We also joined Denis Krhrystov for an evacuation action 2 km from the zero line. This hero risks his life daily to bring people to safety. We went along for only 1 day but the continuous risk of artillery fire and the danger of drones was a very intense experience.

Together with Denis we plan to open our own shelter soon, More on this later

We were with medics transferring wounded soldiers from an armored vehicle into an ambulance at a stabilization point a few kilometers from the zero line. What we saw there was appalling.

We of course distributed relief supplies and opo other ways helped Ukrainian war victims.

Our December (Christmas) trip, although not in frontline areas, was still a very special one. We baked French fries for the elderly, wounded soldiers and at an orphanage. At the military hospital we got to bake for great heroes, many of whom were severely wounded by mine blasts, drone attacks or shelling. At the orphanage we had the most special day. It was great to join Santa in handing out French fries, snack treats and gifts. The other days we baked at public locations with often more than 2,000 visitors a day.

We were involved in a heavy missile strike in Kramatorsk during our 12th trip, on June 27. While we were eating quietly in the restaurant an Iskander cruise missile (type K) struck, in the restaurant. This is a heavy ballistic missile weighing more than 3,800 kilograms! In the process, 13 people died and more than 60 were injured. Fortunately, exactly in the stretch where we were sitting, the roof did not collapse which proved to be our salvation. We were so extremely lucky, it is almost impossible to describe. Unfortunately, several acquaintances of ours did die that day including two girls of 14 and a girl of 17.

What happened that day only strengthened our feelings to support Ukraine.

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