United Help Ukraine provided necessary funds ($7,390) to purchase rehabilitation training machine for wounded veteran Vadym Ushakov. Vadym Ushakov served in the 81st Brigade of the Ukrainian Armed Forces. On April 12, 2016, he was severely wounded near Avdiyivka. Vadym was awarded the Order “For Courage”. Since the time of his injury, Vadym has been[…]
Thank you to all our generous supporters who have donated for this project. United Help Ukraine has raised $5,000 for this mini-tractor and attachments for planting and harvesting to help a small church in Pervomayske, Ukraine where most members are children and elderly people of the village, who have been on the front lines of[…]
United Help Ukraine contributed $600 for buying 1000 reusable protective face masks for Kyiv Patrol policemen.
Volunteer medical unit ASAP Logistika transferred ventilator Drager Oxylog 3000 to a ICU department of a Lviv Hospital. This ventilator had been purchased for ASAP Logistika by United Help Ukraine in 2018. Together we’ll overcome! https://www.facebook.com/irina.shcherbakova72/posts/2757266721168908
“Cherven” — State-of-the-art treatment and strong personality of the commander give first positive results
Yuri Yankovski: Dear friends, here is our short fundraising report on the treatment of the commander of the Ukrainian Volunteer Army Battalion “Aratta”, Andriy Hergert. Together, we raised $6,643 via Facebook, PayPal, and bank transfers. The hospital where Andriy is being treated has invoiced €10,309 per treatment cycle. At the United Help Ukraine, we decided[…]
Untied Help Ukraine together with The Embassy of Ukraine in the US organized a vigil commemorating the Heavenly Hundred who lost their lives during Revolution of Dignity. This is the sixth year we gather in Washington, DC to remember Ukrainian heroes of Maidan who sacrificed their lives for Ukraine’s freedom, democracy, and independence. Their names[…]
United Help Ukraine paid $600 for gas supply, details and repair for “Romashka”, a car used by war medics in the war zone.
Today in USA we celebrate Veterans Day, appreciating brave men and women who served our country and often paid the highest price for our freedom and security. Two weeks ago, United Help Ukraine, US Ukrainian Activists, and many members of Ukrainian community in the Metropolitan DC Area greeted a group of 18 Ukrainian Veterans who[…]
This week a 40-ft container full of humanitarian medical supplies has been delivered to the Irpin Military Hospital, Kyiv Oblast, Ukraine. The supplies included such valuable equipment as an endoscopic stand, intensive care beds, special medical monitors with life control function, pressure measuring devices, various surgical kits, and much more. This equipment is urgently needed[…]
Last Friday, the work was in full swing at a Project C.U.R.E facility in Denver, CO. This marked the culmination of the exciting project that United Help Ukraine had in partnership with Support Hospitals in Ukraine and Embassy of Ukraine in the USA. Our representative Ruslan Zamaray traveled to Denver to join the Support Hospitals in Ukraine[…]
On Friday, June 7, United Help Ukraine presented a check for $17,000 to Support Hospitals in Ukraine for shipping medical equipment to Irpin Military Hospital in Ukraine. Back in November 2018, UHU announced a new and exciting partnership with “Support Hospitals in Ukraine” to deliver a 40-ft container of medical equipment and supplies[…]
The patients of the Cherkasy geriatric care facility received medical supplies.
United Help Ukraine helped with repairing and purchasing parts for medical transport (in the amount of $1000) for the First Volunteer Mobile Hospital. We would like to thank our generous donors who supported this project, and specifically those who contributed via facebook fundraiser https://www.facebook.com/donate/2209409555968189/ . The First Volunteer Mobile Hospital consists of volunteer medics, EMT personnel, and[…]
A variety of requested medicine on the total sum of UAH 11875 (~$450) has been purchased and delivered to the front lines for medical battalion Hospitaliers. Special thanks to George Sajewych, a member of the Hospitaliers and a member of United Help Ukraine, for the purchase and delivery of the medicines.
Friends, last year many of you helped us to raise funds for a car for Mykhaylo (Angel) Lupeiko who lost both legs to the war. As we reported, about a year ago, Angel bought the car and has been actively using it since then. Because he has the car, he is able to take classes[…]
On Friday, March 1, members of the community and friends of Ukraine gathered in the Embassy of Ukraine in the USA / Посольство України в США to honor the memory of the Heavenly Hundred of Ukraine’s Revolution of Dignity of 2013-2014. In his opening speech, Ambassador Valeriy Chaly, thanked the Ukrainian community and volunteer organizations in the[…]
This Sunday afternoon, members of the Ukrainian community and friends of Ukraine gathered at the Holodomor Memorial in Washington, DC to honor the memory of the Heroes of the Heavenly Hundred who laid down their lives during the Ukrainian Revolution of Dignity. The event opened with the song Plyne Kacha that was played on[…]
United Help Ukraine is grateful to our donors who contributed to buy the heating system for a church near the war zone. Special thanks to Tanya Aldave who organized the fundraiser. Here is a thank you note from the church: “We are very grateful to United Help Ukraine for its help in this difficult time for our[…]
Friends, thanks to your support, once again United Help Ukraine was able to sponsor a week-long New Year vacation in the Carpathian mountains for a group of Ukrainian defenders and their families. This trip is the latest success of the Family-Focused Therapy Program for rehabilitation of warriors in Ukraine. It was organized by Vsevolod Stebliuk[…]
Book presentation by Yevhen Polozhiy (Євген Положій) was held last Sunday, December 16, at the Saint Andrew Ukrainian Orthodox Cathedral Washington DC. Thank you to everyone who came to the presentation! A special thank you to Saint Andrew Ukrainian Orthodox Cathedral Washington DC and personally Frv Steliac for opening the doors for this book presentation[…]
Today activists of the Washington DC area took part in an action in support of Crimean Tatars. This was a part of the global action “United by a Flag — #LiberateCrimea”, in which the Crimean Tatar national flag travels around the world in order to unite people of different nationalities and confessions who are not[…]
ASAP Rescue received 605 liters of diesel fuel worth $700. A big thank you to Tamara Rudolph. This is the second delivery that came from the funds collected at Tamara’s birthday fundraiser. (The first delivery had been made back in October)