Two amateur pilots are raising money to fly supplies to military bases, hospitals, and refugee camps.
For their first journey to the Ukrainian border, Wiltshire residents Dick Beath and George Gruber set out in March 2022.
They flew two additional aid missions last year and are preparing to fly more in 2023.
"Wars like this use up resources, so we have to keep helping them," Mr. Beath said. ".
Mr. Beath and Mr. Gruber spent about eight hours in flight to Radom, a Polish city close to the Ukrainian border.
They were carrying supplies for babies, feminine hygiene items, and medical equipment for Kiev hospitals.
They delivered the supplies to a distribution facility in Radom.
Mr. Beath, the chief financial officer at the American museum in Claverton, recalled that "all these young people, Scouts and Brownies, were sorting the stuff to go to families who were looking after Ukrainian refugees.".
Mr. Beath and Mr. Gruber made two additional flights to Poland after their initial visit, this time bringing expensive trauma equipment from the NHS and military night vision goggles.
Mr. Beath stated, "It is not just about getting a plane and flying it.
"It all comes down to gathering the necessary materials, making contacts, and getting everyone on board.
"We must incorporate it into our everyday lives. It is an act of giving on our part," he continued.
Mr. Beath and Mr. Gruber are raising money to fund additional aid missions to Poland.
"I still feel compelled to support Ukraine.
It is unfair that they are not being supported, Mr. Beath said, adding that it is a very difficult situation.
"I think you've got to have these kinds of challenges, no matter how old you are," he continued. They are the stuff of life, so you shouldn't be afraid of them. They help us continue.