LVIV, UKRAINE (WENY) -- Since the war in Ukraine began earlier this year, the world has shown an outpouring of support for the people of the country.
 
Some people in neighboring Poland have spent the last nine months dedicating their own lives, volunteering their time and money to do whatever they can to help. 

From food to medical supplies, wheelchairs and diapers, volunteers with the group "Help Ukraine", based in Poland, have been working to help gather and deliver items to those who need them in Ukraine.

"From the beginning of the full-scale war, we were coming to Ukraine every week, and since it is winter, and because it is difficult to get more supply we are coming every three weeks," volunteers Lucinda and Arthur told WENY's Nick Quattrini, as they delivered supplies in Lviv on Friday.

And the volunteers say when they drop off the donated supplies, they're delivering more than just things that are needed. They're also sending a message.

"For us, it's very important because our countries are like brother and sister and for us it's like there's no question that we need to help, and we really really feel for Ukraine. And we feel like they are our sister or brother, and we hope more and more people will feel the same way," they said.

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