A shipping container carrying vital supplies for refugees held in camps in Europe is making its way from Cornwall to Greece this evening.
Around thirty volunteers from the charity Open Hearts Open Borders spent the morning packing donated aid and supplies to be shipped to the continent.
While many of us spent today relaxing or Christmas shopping - these volunteers were working to ensure refugees, thousands of miles away aren't forgotten about this Christmas.
This container's destined for the Greek island of Lesbos where there are currently more than 18,000 refugees. Mostly people fleeing fled war in Syria, Afghanistan and North Africa, now seeking safety in Europe but held in camps on Aegean Islands.
Open Hearts Open Borders sends two containers of aid a year. They've collection points for donations across Cornwall and Devon and another in London.
Rob's volunteered since 2015. He told ITV News how he opened his house as a donation point after seeing the plight of refugees on the news.
Mary's a nurse who worked in Calais treating injured refugees. Next year, she hopes to return.
Once this container's packed, preparation will start for the next container - lorry loads of love and compassion for those who so desperately need it.