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.
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!
In April 2017 United Help Ukraine shipped 39 boxes of humanitarian aid to Ukraine. The total shipping cost is $1,490, which is very little in comparison to the value of the items shipped. Out of the 39 boxes: – 16 boxes will be delivered to various hospitals in Ukraine and front lines to help wounded.[…]
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.
Life-saving medical supplies for soldiers’ first aid kits arrived in Ukraine and soon will be delivered to front lines! Special thanks to Tetyana Neeley! Details are in Sasha Krushevskaya’s report: “Thank you team United Help Ukraine and patriots from the United States for your continued support. Currently, this medicine is very important on the front lines[…]
Tourniquets for soldiers from battalion Aratta were bought with the money left over from the purchase of the diesel generator