INDIANAPOLIS — As refugees proceed to pour into Poland, looking for security, there’s a Hoosier of their midst who volunteered to journey 1000’s of miles to do what he might to assist.
Brian Rund, an Indianapolis native, helps feed roughly 10,000 folks per day, by means of a corporation that goes the place it is wanted probably the most.
He traveled 47,000 miles to Kraków, Poland to assist feed Ukrainian refugees.
“It is actual, I believe if there’s one phrase that sums it up, you see it in particular person is actual,” Rund mentioned.
He’s there demonstrating Hoosier hospitality, including he needs to place his cash the place his mouth is.
“I might’ve simply written a verify and known as it good, and that is nice,” Rund mentioned. “That’s completely nice, however I like to prepare dinner, I prefer to feed folks, I like to journey, like to study new locations and I’ve loads of trip time. I mentioned, ‘ what, I’m simply going to do that’.”
Rund mentioned Poland has taken in roughly 2.5 million refugees, and he has his work minimize out for him.
“There are 4 slices of cheese, 10 slices of salami, a few tablespoons of this sandwich sauce that’s mayonnaise, mustard and oregano,” Rund mentioned. “Then it is on this massive good stunning bun made by a neighborhood bakery.”
The sandwiches are massive, with hopes the refugees can keep full for an extended time.
Rund mentioned the scenario is not getting higher however says there’s numerous proof of excellent. A neighborhood coming collectively to help the Ukrainians.
To donate to the trigger, go to https://www.cookingforukraine.com.