A UK man is making worldwide headlines for his act of kindness for a homeless refugee household from Ukraine. Jamie Hughes, a resident of Wales, spent an enormous sum of 100,000 kilos to offer shelter to the household that included a mom and her three minor sons. To assist the household, Jamie Hughes purchased a three-bedroom property in Wrexham for the troubled household.
Hughes, who stated he was devasted on seeing the visuals from the conflict, was keen to do one thing particular to assist Ukraine refugees. Hughes was put in contact with the household of Maria by activist, Renata Fox, who helps Ukrainian refugees, BBC reported.
“It was heartbreaking to see people like you and me and their children running away to escape the bombs exploding over their rooftops,” Jamie Hughes wrote in a Facebook put up.
Hughes wrote that they initially deliberate to “annexe part of their house to create a private living area for a family.” However, they modified their plan when the architects stated that it’s going to take round 2-3 months to finish the job.
“I thought outside of the box and last week I bought a 3 bedroom house in Wrexham. Close to all the essentials such as shops, chemists, surgeries etc,” he wrote. “I then reached out on Facebook to try and locate a family that I can sponsor as I don’t know a single Ukrainian person,” he added.
Maria, Huges wrote is fleeing from East Ukrainian, and making an attempt to get to Poland. She is anticipated to succeed in UK by April 10 if the visa formalities are performed on time.