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[…]
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[…]
On Saturday, October 27th, United Help Ukraine, US Ukrainian Activists, the Embassy of Ukraine in the USA, and Ukrainian Diaspora welcomed the team of Ukrainian heroes who came to Washington, DC to run in the 43rd Marine Corps Marathon. On Sunday, October 28th, the team successfully completed 10K and 42K distances. Many members of Ukrainian[…]
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,[…]
Ukrainian charitable fund “From hospitals to frontlines” received six packages of adult diapers from the last United Help Ukraine’s shipment.
UHU is proud to again support Wounded Ukrainian servicemen in their aspiration to lead the active lifestyle. We purchased various bow accessories for Serhiy Khrapko ( Сергій Храпко) so he can take part in the tryouts for the Invictus Games this spring. We wish Serhiy the best and hope he will be able[…]
The Charitable Concert last Saturday was an incredible celebration of classical piano music. The three musicians took turns at the piano creating a dynamic and beautiful performance. We want to give them another round of applause. Bravo! Proceeds from the event, after accounting for expenses, are $3,074.09. This includes the $615 raised from the[…]
UHU is proud to support Wounded Ukrainian servicemen in their efforts to lead the active lifestyle. We purchased a 4 kilogram (8lb) shot for the shot put competition for Serhiy Khrapko, so he can take part in the tryouts for the Invictus Games this spring. We wish Serhiy the best and hope he[…]
Some wonderful news just came from our Ukrainian volunteers: Mykhaylo (“Angel”) Lupeiko now has a new car! Thank you to everyone who contributed to the United Help Ukraine’s facebook fundraiser organized by Tanya Aldave to buy a car for the wounded Ukrainian hero! Before the war, Mykhaylo (Angel) worked as a stage technician in his hometown of[…]
On Friday, February 23rd, members of the Ukrainian community and the American friends of Ukraine gathered at the Embassy of Ukraine in the USA / Посольство України в США for an event in commemoration of the Heavenly Hundred of the Revolution of Dignity. The Ambassador of Ukraine Валерій Чалий (Valeriy Chaly) spoke at the event[…]
By Yuliya Murashko: Dear friends, This is an update about the United Help Ukraine’s fundraiser that I started in November 2017 to buy a handcycle for Sasha Chalapchhiy. By Dec 31st we raised $2,090. However, things did not go as planned, in a good way. An anonymous donor purchased a brand new handcycle for Sasha![…]
Friends, a big thank you to all of you who donated money and shared our fundraiser for purchasing a car for wounded warrior Serhiy Khrapko! Today, we have great news, the car has been purchased! War hero Serhiy Khrapko lives in Kyiv with his wife and two young kids. Before the war, Serhiy worked in[…]
Some time ago United Help Ukraine raised funds to buy a car for wounded hero Anatoly Horbenko who lost legs in this war. In the video, Anatoly tells us that the car gives him mobility that he needs and that today he even used it to travel from Sumy to Kyiv to visit his doctor and made the[…]
We thank everyone who joined team UHU in supporting the Ukrainian Marathon team ( Vadym Svyrydenko, Dmytro Blokhin, Yuri Pysarchuk, Yuri Dmytrenko, Pavlo Solokha, Artem Lukashuk, Мykola Rudyk, Yegor Terekhov, Oleksandr Malanich, Oleksandr Chalapchi) during their visit to Washington, DC to participate in the 42nd Marine Corps Marathon. The team’s visit began at the[…]
United Help Ukraine raised funds for the purchase of two accumulators for wheelchair for Mykhaylo (Angel) Lupeyko. We are glad to report that these very much needed accessories have been purchased and delivered to Mykhaylo. Currently, we are raising money to help Mykhaylo purchase a car. He really needs it in his daily life to feel more self-reliant.[…]
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.
Join us on Sunday October 22nd, to Support Ukrainian Wounded Warriors who will run in the 42nd US Marine Corps Marathon in Washington DC. They were wounded in the Russian War in Ukraine, but their spirit and faith are stronger than ever. This year the Ukrainian team will participate in both 10k and[…]
War hero Serhiy Khrapko lives in Kyiv with his wife and two young kids. Last year the government provided Serhiy with a new condo. However, it turned out that the heating system in the condo requires major improvement as the room temperature during last winter was only about +15C. Technicians volunteered to install the new[…]
A few months ago United Help Ukraine organized a fundraiser (via Yuliya Murashko) with the aim of purchasing a car for wounded soldier Volodymyr Kovalsky. Thanks to many of you who contributed we were able to raise $5,220 (thus exceeding the goal of $5,000!). Today, we are happy to report that the car has been purchased![…]
This scooter is a gift from the Ukrainian diaspora of San Francisco to Aydar veteran Volodymyr Lehush who was wounded in the war. United Help Ukraine took on the shipping expenses to deliver the scooter from Kyiv to Kmelnytsky, the city where Volodymyr lives. Volodymyr was a sapper in the Aydar Battalion. He lost one leg and severely[…]
Important handbooks on battlefield surgery “Essays on surgery of a battlefield abdomen trauma” and “Ultrasound diagnostics of abdominal trauma and its complications” have been recently re-published and distributed in the war zone hospitals in the eastern Ukraine. The authors of the handbooks are experienced Ukrainian military surgeons. United Help Ukraine’s volunteer Tetyana Neeley initiated the[…]
On April 19th, 2017 United Help Ukraine fulfilled the promise to help with buying a car for wounded soldier Anatoly Horbenko. Funds were raised during the concert to commemorate Heavenly Hundred, hosted by the Embassy of Ukraine in the USA / Посольство України в США on March 3rd. UHU transferred $4,000 to help Anatoliy to[…]
Serhiy Khrapko lost his hand and leg in the war. Recently, he started training in the gym and has been making great progress. United Help Ukraine paid for sports equipment for Serhiy’s training: a special bench and a weight.
In March 2017 United Help Ukraine used $1,000 from its Wounded Warrior Fund to pay for medications and heart surgery for wounded soldier Valeriy Vashkevich. The request for help came from Vadim Sviridenko who personally visited Valeriy and delivered the payment for his treatment.
About a year ago, United Help Ukraine, thanks to donation from an anonymous donor, was able to purchase the 3D scanner for clinic Nodus. The device helps doctors make precision orthoses for effective rehabilitation of damaged limbs of wounded soldiers. Recently, a reporter from the Voice of America visited Nodus and talked with doctors and[…]
Piano duos by Franz Schubert Please join us on April 22 at 6:30 pm for an evening of classical piano music. All proceeds to benefit wounded Ukrainian soldiers. Doors open at 6:00 pm United Help Ukraine presents pianists Elias Dagher, Jingxuan Zhang, Sasha Beresovsky in a concert featuring piano duos by Franz Schubert, including the A-flat Variations, Andantino[…]
Remember, back in early December we told you about wounded soldier Valery Sergienko who became the first patient to receive an orthosis manufactured with the new 3D technology at the medical center Nodus in Brovary, Ukraine? At the time, Valery was about to start training using an individually made orthosis to overcome contractures in his left[…]
Medical center Nodus continues its neurological rehabilitation program for heavily wounded Ukrainian soldiers. Today, wounded soldier Vadym Ushakov, 26, started a new phase in the arduous path to recovery. Doctors scanned his left hand using the 3D technology, and in a few days Vadym will begin using the orthesis that is made specifically for his hand.[…]
Ruslan Robert was wounded in 2014. His long treatment was complicated by the diabetes. Doctors did all they could but were not able to save his legs. A few weeks ago, volunteers from Kyiv contacted United Help Ukraine and asked if we could fund remodeling of Ruslan’s car for hand-controlled operation. In the car adapted specifically[…]
1/15/2017 UPDATE: Report from the first group vacation is here! THEY CAME BACK FROM THE WAR We are always hoping that our soldiers would return home alive. And here they are. Home. Alive. Back from the war. Many are wounded, stressed, hunted by flashbacks and nightmares of the war… Others came back only for a[…]
United Help Ukraine is proud to be part of the important project: implementation of 3D orthoses production in Ukraine! With the help of Anonymous Donor, members of UHU were able to purchase and deliver a 3D scanner for the medical center Nodus. Now it has been put into service and started helping wounded soldiers. This[…]
United Help Ukraine used $260 from the Wounded Warrior Fund to purchase a washing machine for a heavily wounded soldier. Yulian Tsyhanko was wounded by a sniper a year ago in his arm and stomach. He still has a long way to recover. Yulian’s weight before the wound was 98 kg, now his weight is 34 kg. His bedding and clothes[…]
Our volunteer in Kyiv, Yuliya Severyn, visited the hospital and met with a wounded soldier. Sergey is 22 years old. He lost his feet in the war. Sergey told Yuliya he had all the medical care he needed but there was something he would very much like to have: it is an iPhone 5. United Help Ukraine asked[…]
On October 30, 2016, team UHU, local and visiting Ukrainians and friends of Ukraine came out to support 4 Ukrainian soldiers and their support team who ran with them. These men and women from Ukraine didn’t just run the 10K, a part of the US Marine Corps Marathon. They ran for all of Ukraine, to show that[…]
Earlier this month, United Help Ukraine received an urgent request for help. Wounded soldier Serhiy Khrushch who suffered amnesia caused by a heavy contusion during a combat operation in October 2014, after over a year of medical treatment and rehabilitation has been struck by a new ordeal. He was diagnosed with hepatitis and urgently needed an[…]
United Help Ukraine covers a portion of Roman’s rehabilitation bills.With the help of our donors, we paid almost $1,000 for his June monthly clinic bill. Huge thank you to Tonya Aldave, who raised majority of the funds for Roman!
In May 2016, United Help Ukraine was able to pay for Ruslan Robert‘s medical bills with money donated to our Wounded Warrior Fund($1300). Ruslan was wounded in 2014 and lost a leg. He needs more treatment as his wounds are not healing well due to diabetes. At this time, doctors in Ukraine are not able to[…]