• Oliwia Dąbrowska comes forward to help Ukraine 
  • Dąbrowska was the little girl in Schindler's List
  • She shares posts about providing aid to refugees

Oliwia Dąbrowska is doing her part to make a difference in the lives of Ukrainians! Dąbrowska, who was just a few years old when she played "Red Genia" in the 1993 film Schindler's List, has taken to Instagram recently to share how she has been extending her efforts during the humanitarian crisis.

Dąbrowska explains she helped refugees at the border

Dąbrowska's first post about directly contributing aid to Ukrainians came last month, when the former child actress revealed that she and her mother have been helping Ukrainian refugees at the Polish/Ukranian border. Along with a photo of herself in a fluorescent vest, Dąbrowska opened up about how terrifying the situation is and how they found a family who were in desperate need of being transported to a far-off city to be reunited.

"I'm scared, but that only motivates me more to help refugees," she wrote at the time. Just a few days ago, Dąbrowska posted another update, letting people know what she has been up to as of late. She explained that she has been "actively helping the refugees, physically or online," and urged people to donate to humanitarian aid in Ukraine, including details of how to do so. Referring to herself as "just a cog in the machine," she praised the efforts of all those working to assist Ukrainians.

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Dąbrowska has shared several posts that have to do with the current situation in Ukraine over the past month, including an image of her Schindler's List character edited to reflect the situation. "She was always the symbol of hope," Dąbrowska captioned the image, which sees her "Red Genia" wearing a blue coat instead of a red one against a yellow-tinted scene. "Let her be it again". Many stars have lent their aid to Ukraine, including Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher, who have donated millions of dollars to the cause.