Medical supplies have been delivered to Hospital #4 in Sumy and to the Kyiv Military Hospital. These supplies were provided by Brother’s Brother Foundation, a nonprofit organization based in Virginia, and delivered to Ukraine by United Help Ukraine volunteers. Everything will be used to provide free medical assistance.
ASAP Rescue medical unit received Israeli bandages, HyFin chest seals and wound seals from United Help Ukraine. All these supplies are greatly needed at the front lines as the war continues.
Adult diapers and pads have been delivered to the Mechnikov hospital in Dnipro, military hospitals in Kharkiv and Kyiv. Thank you Alla Lowe for collecting all these supplies!
ASAP Zaytsevo received a respiratory ventilator. It will be used in an ambulance working on the front line in the Donetsk region. Funds for this important medical equipment were raised at a charitable Ukrainian dinner/fundraiser held on May 7 in the Centerville United Methodist Church. Thank you everyone who took part in the fundraiser! Special[…]
United Help Ukraine responded to an urgent request of purchasing antibiotics for a wounded soldier who was just transferred from the intensive care to a regular unit in a military hospital. Due to a large number of wounded soldiers recently admitted by the hospital, the hospital had to urgently make additional order of medication; however,[…]
Volunteer medical unit ASAP received four medical backpacks and medical suture material, patches, medical scissors, manipulation kits, and cast plasters.
ASAP Zaytsevo received the following assistance from United Help Ukraine: suture material, patches, Velcro cast, and wipes. ASAP Zaytsevo expresses special thanks to Brother’s Brother Foundation, Yuliya Murashko and Tamara Rudolph , Tetyana Neeley for their continuous support.
Taira’s Angels ASAP RESCUE are grateful to United Help Ukraine for halo chest seals (30pcs), needles for use in treatment of a tension pneumothorax (60pcs); coupons for gas (100 liters of A92; 100 liters of diesel fuel.)
Five medical backpacks with halo chest seals, Israeli bandages, QuikClots from United Help Ukraine have been delivered to the front lines. Thank you Roman Dzivinsky for the delivery and report.
A few months ago, the Head of the Military Hospital in Irpin, Ukraine, has asked the United Help Ukraine team to assist in purchasing equipment for a newly established department of the amputee rehabilitation. The hospital urgently needed the Dynamic Stair Trainer that would enable amputee patients to train and practice different slopes, stairs, and gaits[…]
Surgical instruments, suture material, and a variety of other essential medical supplies have been delivered to Oleksandrivsky clinical hospital in Kyiv. Highly skilled doctors in the Oleksandrivsky hospital provide quality health care not only to Kyiv residents but also to people who were forced to leave their homes in the Donbas region. Doctors are extremely[…]
United Help Ukraine received a thank you note from the Khodoriv City Hospital: “Khodoriv’s City Hospital is sincerely thanking volunteer organizations United Help Ukraine and Ukraine Ponad Usse for medical humanitarian aid. We hope to continue working with you.” Thank you Brother’s Brother Foundation for your amazing ongoing support with helping sending to Ukraine needed[…]
Surgical instruments and specialized first-aid supplies for medical personnel have been delivered to the front lines.
Another parcel from United Help Ukraine has been delivered to “ASAP RESCUE”. It includes 30 CATs, 20 camouflage long-sleeved t-shirts, 50 pairs of warm long socks, underwear, and 15 packages of vitamins and medicines. Special thanks to Yuliya Murashko, Tamara Rudolph, Gennady Murashko, Yuri Yankovski!
Medical supplies, cold medicine, and vitamins have been delivered to the 93rd Brigade. The delivery includes 60 decompression needles, 30 medical scissors, 30 occlusion patches, 30 Combat Gauze, 30 bandages, 30 CATs, cold medicine, and vitamin C supplements. Oleksiy Hubsky, the acting platoon commander, says that such help is very important, it provides both material[…]
The following medical supplies have been delivered to the front lines: 40 CATs and 10 first aid kit scissors have been given to the 54th Brigade 110 CATs and 20 scissors have been given to the Head of the Medical Unit for distribution to soldiers of the 58th Brigade The medics at the front lines[…]
United Help Ukraine helped with the purchase of gymnastic bars for the Irpin Military Hospital. The bars have been installed in the hospital’s gym and will be used for training and rehabilitation of wounded soldiers.
United Help Ukraine purchased and delivered 20 CATs (total cost $110) to volunteer-medics from ASAP rescue group. Thank you Tamara Rudolph for coordination!
Combat application tourniquets (CATs), military uniforms, boots, thermal underwear, socks, t-shirts, hats have been delivered to the front lines.
Zaporizhzhya these days is reminiscent of ancient Rome. “All roads lead to Zaporizhzhya” is the saying of our days. All roads, to the front lines and from the front lines, seam to cross here. And volunteers from all over Ukraine cross their paths in the city of Zaporizhzhya… This has become the true asset for[…]
Medical supplies from United Help Ukraine and Olena Kozlova-Pates have been delivered to: 1) Larisa Kirikovich (Mama) who is with the medical service of the 5th Battalion of UDA, in Maryinka, 2) Taira (Yulia Paevska), the head of the ASAP unit in Mariupol. Both Larisa (who the soldiers call simply Mama) and[…]
Surgical packs, suture material, bandages, and a variety of other essential medical “bits and pieces” have been delivered to Oleksandrivsky clinical hospital in Kyiv. Doctors are very grateful for these much needed medical supplies. Many thanks to Brother’s Brother Foundation for donating the supplies, to Tetyana Neeley for organizing and gathering the donations, toYuliya Murashko[…]
Parcels from United Help Ukraine arrived to hospitals in Mariupol. The parcels included suture material, surgical instrument, laryngoscopes, bandages. The items were delivered to the Department of Pediatric Surgery and Traumatology, Anesthesiology, and to otolaryngologist and urologists. Thank you Tetyana Neeley for organizing help for the hospitals.
Combat application tourniquets (CAT) have been delivered to the front lines and distributed to the soldiers who had not have individual first aid kits and who urgently needed them at the time of the intensified shelling.
United Help Ukraine received a note from Ukrainian volunteer Borys Penchuk: 40 Combat Application Tourniquets (CAT) and t-shirts have arrived in Kyiv and will soon be delivered by Borys to soldiers and medical personnel in Mariupol. CATs are essential components of soldiers’ first aid kits.
“When you hear the phrase ‘Let it never be used’, you know you are getting medical supplies!” The Ukrainian Volunteer Army Pravyj Sector Battalion says thank you to United Help Ukraine and Bohdan Druzhkin.
An important equipment – pH Monitor – was purchased and delivered to Irpin Military Hospital. This purchase was made possible thanks to the funds ($2,000) donated to United Help Ukraine by an anonymous donor. This monitor will allow easier measurements of pH levels for the wounded. Many of them are being treated with multiple[…]
Boxes containing clothes for wounded, adult diapers, and numerous medical supplies (such as, sutures, bandages, gloves, cask supplies, etc.) from United Help Ukraine’s April shipment arrived in Ukraine. Volunteer Borys Penchuk reports: – part of the medical supplies has been already delivered to the front lines; – another part has been set aside and will[…]
Medical supplies from United Help Ukraine’s April shipment had been delivered to the hospital of Bakhmut (formerly Artemivsk). Upon arrival to Bakhmut, Ukrainian volunteers learned that local hospitals No.1 and 2 were planned to be shut down in the near future as stipulated by the medical reform that would move operations to the newly rebuilt[…]
Medical supplies and t-shirts from United Help Ukraine shipment have been delivered to the Volnovakha hospital and to soldiers at Svitlodarsk bulge. Thank you Tamara Rudolph for your help!
34 QuikClots (total value of $540) that are vital components of soldiers’ individual first aid kits have been delivered to the city of Kharkiv, and will be distributed to soldiers from the Ukrainian Volunteer Corps Pravyj Sector (DUK PS). Thank you Vladyslav Ovcharenko for the delivery!
Last Saturday’s concert by three musicians was a storm, a tempest, and a lyrical reverie. Three friends Jingxuan Zhang, Elias Dagher, and Sasha Beresovsky were expressive and captivatingly extreme at the piano and friendly and insightful in the off-the-stage chats. The Ukrainian community of the DC area enjoyed hosting this event and, at the same[…]
Soldiers from the 93rd brigade received from United Help Ukraine 120 bottles of antiseptic that was delivered to them right on time before the next continuous heavy shelling. The antiseptic was used to treat wounds and prevent infection.This is a small yet essential help for the soldiers. They feel our support and this is also[…]
We received a report from Захисти Волинь – Збережи Україну that life-saving medical supplies from United Help Ukraine arrived to volunteers in Ukraine and will soon be delivered to soldiers from 72nd brigade who are now at front lines. The delivery includes: 100 QuikQlot Combat Gauze, 130 Combat Application Tourniquets (CAT), 30 scissors. Special thank[…]
United Help Ukraine received a thank you note from the Volunteer Battalion OUN: “THANK YOU to the Ukrainian diaspora of Washington, the people of good will from volunteer organization United Help Ukraine for your support of the Volunteer Battalion OUN and for the important contribution in our common fight against the Moscow occupant.” Signed by[…]
Soldiers of Volunteer Battalions OUN and Arrata have received 20 QuikClots and 20 CATs (Combat Application Tourniquets) from United Help Ukraine. Thank you to donors and volunteers who helped to purchase and deliver these important components of soldiers’ first aid kits.
United Help Ukraine purchased and sent combat application tourniquets (first aid medical supplies) and flashlights to soldiers stationed in Avdijivka. Special thanks to Tamara Rudolph for coordinating this project.