In active combat zones, the regular ambulances are not able to reach people in need of evacuation. Thanks to our donors, United Help Ukraine was able to acquire two armored military evacuation vehicles for the First Volunteer Mobile Hospital of Ukraine. [Video]
The incredible surgeon and a person with a big heart, Dr. Aviram Giladi and his team of MedStar Union Memorial Hospital in Baltimore, removed a neuroma on Gosha’s stump.
This amazing program not only provides our soldiers on leave with physical and mental benefits but also gives them a chance to find peace on a quiet farm, helping them deal with the complex feelings that come from being on the front lines.
We wanted to extend our heartfelt gratitude to Maxwell Meytin for his incredible initiative in support of our Smuha Project, which focuses on psychological support for Ukrainian children.
United Help Ukraine has partnered with the Frida organization, which assists people in rural communities of Ukraine that have been liberated from Russian occupation. [Video]
A war-traumatized child smiled for the first time in a year, thanks to the United Help Ukraine project. [Video]
Yesterday, our President Maryna Baydyuk, Director of our Medical Aid Program, Anna Yabluchanska, along with Michael Corcoran, CEO of Medical Center Orthotics & Prosthetics and William Endicott, Senior Advisor of Operation Renew Prosthetics, convened with Ambassador Oksana Markarova, General Kremenetsky, and Colonel Rozhovy to chart the path forward for prosthetics and rehabilitation initiatives for wounded warriors in Ukraine.
Heorhii is a marine from Azovstal who showed incredible bravery defending the freedom of Ukraine. He was wounded in battle and lost his arm a month before the order to surrender. Along with his fellow soldiers, he was taken as a prisoner of war by Russian forces. When finally released, Heorhii was among the wounded and in a frail state, bearing the physical toll of his experiences, but his resilient spirit remained unshaken.
This summer, United Help Ukraine partnered with ХАробрість to begin a transformative initiative where soldiers on leave could find peace and healing through equine therapy.
Supporting the Smuha family resilience project is more than just a donation – it is a lifeline for Ukrainian children and parents navigating the aftermath of war.