Poles send over twenty tons of aid to Syrian refugees in Bulgaria
Loading bay at Soho Factory in Warsaw. Michal Borkiewicz and his friends and volunteers are loading 20 tonnes of humanitarian aid on a truck. The aid (mostly clothes, blankets, kitchenware and toys) is for Syrian refugees who found a makeshift shelter in Bulgaria’s Harmanli camp. Not long ago Borkiewicz was mainly known as the owner of two trendy clubs in Warsaw. Today, he is also known as the man who can mobilize thousands of people of goodwill to deliver over twenty tons of humanitarian aid for refugees.