74 boxes of humanitarian aid on the way to Ukraine

On Tuesday, UHU’s long-time partner Ukraine Express picked up 74 boxes prepared by UHU to be shipped to Ukraine. Those boxes will be shipped via sea and by land to Kyiv, Kharkiv, Volyn, Mykolaiv and will be distributed by our trusted volunteers to hospitals, IDPs, front lines. The details follow:
 
– 37 boxes containing uniforms, boots, gloves, t-shirts are going to Kyiv and will be distributed among trusted volunteers to be delivered to front lines. These boxes also contain a lot of adult diapers that will go to military hospitals. This effort is being coordinated by Yuliya Murashko;
 
– 11 boxes are shipped to Sasha K, the volunteer who has been working directly with UHU’s member Marina Baydyuk. These boxes contain uniforms that Sasha will personally deliver to the front lines. Also, there are children’s clothes that will go to families of killed or wounded, families living in the gray zone and to a rehabilitation center for IDPs;
 
– 4 boxes will be shipped to the center for primary medical care that serves for over 50 small villages in Kamin-Kashyrskyi Region. Coordinated by Iryna Matviichuk;
 
– There are also 20 boxes collected by Alla Lowe. These items will be going to a children’s orphanage, IDPs, a hospital, and families in need.
 
If you wish to help us cover the shipping costs, please donate to:
 
PayPal: unitedhelpukraine@gmail.com
 
Checks to: United Help Ukraine
PO Box 83426
Gaithersburg, MD 20878