How We Use Funds
We are currently raising funds for the three key priorities: helping Ukrainian medics save more lives, keeping Ukrainian heroes on the front lines alive and well, and helping internally displaced people and other most vulnerable groups in Ukraine survive during the unimaginable times.
Every month, we prioritize the most critical needs and requests, source the equipment and deliver it via our sister organization Akvelon Ukraine Charitable Foundation, which operates with help of a local volunteer network on the ground. We need your ongoing support to continue helping Ukraine and deliver what's needed most.
The more funds we are able to collect, the more people we can help and lives we can save. Time is of critical essence. Please help, every dollar you donate makes a huge difference for people in Ukraine.
Your Impact So Far
As of February 28, 2023
Between October 21st, 2022 and February 28, 2023, as a result of joint effort with our partnering charitable organization "Akvelon Ukraine Social Initiative", we have been able to raise $87,034 and deliver critical aid to the front lines and the hardest hit areas. Learn more about our response and efforts since the very beginning of the war here.
We have to do more, as the pleas for help keep coming. Thank you to everyone who has made it happen! Thank you to everyone who keeps helping!
You Help Us Help Ukraine
Thanks to your generous donations, we are able to make real impact, safe lives, and ease the suffering of the Ukrainians who are currently living the unimaginable horror every day. Read our latest stories to see how the funds you help us raise are being put to use.
Donations to Ukraine: Supporting Medical, Tactical, and Humanitarian Efforts
Ukraine has been in dire need of support from the international community. Between October 21st, 2022 and February 28th, 2023, you donated a total of $87,034 to United With Ukraine and our partnering organization, Akvelon Ukraine Social Initiative.
January-February 2023 Report: $27,354.65 for Robust Medical Technologies
This month is full of grief and pain for United With Ukraine, as we lost one of our own in the battle for Bakhmut. This devastating loss reminds us how deadly this war is and how we have to keep doing our best to save as many people as we can. Your ongoing support in January and February made it possible to order $27,354.65-worth of robust medical technologies that save precious lives!
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1. Helping Ukrainian medics save more lives
Our trusted contacts in military and civilian hospitals and among combat medics desperately need medical supplies and devices of vital importance. The numbers of heavily wounded people are so high that medics and paramedics on the battlefields are lacking basic life-saving and emergency equipment to provide emergency care on the ground before delivering the person to medical care facilities.
We have a list of urgent equipment requests:
– Portable x-ray systems
– Junctional tourniquets
– EMVs/Portable ventilators
– Pocket-sized ultrasound systems
2. Keeping Ukrainian defenders alive and well
To help Ukraine defend itself and help the front line heroes, we supply tactical gear, generators, night vision goggles. We have been successfully delivering this aid to Kharkiv and other hot spots. This decisive winter, the defenders of Freedom need our help more than ever.
To stay warm and keep defeating the invader effectively, they need:
– Diesel generators
– Tactical winter gloves, jackets, thermal underwear
– Communication equipment
– Night vision goggles
– Bulletproof vests and helmets
2. Helping the vulnerable in Ukraine survive
For the past several months, Russia has been shelling critical infrastructure to cut civilians off electricity and central heating. Thousands of people have lost their jobs as the invader keeps destroying plants and manufacturing facilities. Internally displaced people and other vulnerable categories are suffering from cold and lack of essential food and hygiene supplies.
We need to deliver tons of humanitarian aid to the hardest-hit regions:
– Basic food and hygiene supplies
– Portable heaters and warm clothes
– Supplies for animal rescue
Please Help Us Do More
How We Allocate Funds
From basic food and medicine to tactical defence, there is a constant flow of urgent requests coming from people in Ukraine, so we developed an approach to prioritize and supply the aid fast and effectively.
1. We work with trusted locals on the ground to learn the most pressing needs
Volunteers and defenders on the front lines send us requests for humanitarian, medical, and tactical supplies that are of the highest priority right now.
2. We prioritise the supplies from the most basic ones to the complex ones and source them in the US and other countries
Some supplies can be purchased locally and delivered faster. More complex needs such as night vision goggles and bulletproof vests, are only available in select countries and take much more resources and time to get them delivered.
3. We fundraise through our network of colleagues, friends, and partners
We work hard to maximize the outreach and collect the necessary funding as soon as possible. You can help us spread the word on social media to amplify the impact.
4. We deliver the supplies to the Ukrainians who then transport them to the war zone
We partner with Ukrainian local charitable organization “Akvelon Ukraine Social Initiative” established by Sergei Dreizin and Constantine Korovkin to deliver supplies to the right hands. The local volunteers bravely transport the supplies with ground transportation to the most dangerous and the most suffering places of the war zone.
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