In a few days, Rev. Jim Holley will get a plane to travel to the Ukraine-Poland border.
“At this point in my life I should be able to do a little bit more. And if God has given me the opportunity to do a little bit more, I want to do it,” he said.
For the Detroit police commissioner, ‘a little bit more’ means helping lead a humanitarian mission.
He’ll travel and work alongside fellow volunteer Jack Lintol, who’s already seen the need firsthand. This will be his second mission.
It’s been nearly 250 days since Russian forces first invaded Ukraine. Months later, the impact on women and children in the region is immense.
According to the UNHCR as of last month there were more than 7.5 million refugees registered outside of Ukraine, with most of them going to either Germany or Poland.
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