The RHI Industrial family are proud to announce, in partnership with The Adderstone Foundation, that we are donating a fully modified VW Crafter to the MAD (Make a Difference) Foundation – Operation Safe Drop to support their emergency assistance to refugees in Poland and Ukraine.

John Lawler is the founder of the MAD Foundation and has been operational in Poland and Ukraine since the beginning of the conflict, John is supported by Major James Hewitt and others in transporting urgent medical supplies to front-line locations with a small fleet of vans. The vehicle that we have donated has been modified with raised suspension, and off-road capabilities, along with adjustable interior seating; enabling urgent medical supplies to be taken out, and families brought back from Ukraine.

As a registered charity, the MAD Foundation’s Operation Safe Drop team work with the Ukrainian Government to ensure that the families brought back from the front lines have all the required documentation in place, some families are being rehoused in Europe, with many being brought back to the UK.

The MAD (Make a Difference) Foundation operate sustainable projects focusing on education & health, relief work, provision of aid, and refugee assistance & support services. They are currently providing emergency assistance in Poland and Ukraine under Operation Safe Drop which assists in evacuations and support for refugees.

Please support Operation Safe Drop and their refugee support in Poland and Ukraine by donating to their Just Giving campaign:

Proudly photographed with our donated vehicle are:

Gavin Dunn, Managing Director (Right) and Mark Souter, Contracts Director (Left).