US$1.55 million is the value of the humanitarian medical cargo (equipment and supplies) delivered to hospitals in Ukraine in 2015-16 by the project 'Support Hospitals in Ukraine.'
For more information, visit our website: www.uahospitals.org
We are committed to raise $100,000 to send five 40-foot containers to Ukrainian hospitals in Dnipro, Zaporizhzhia, Kyiv and other areas in need. We continue fundraising towards next humanitarian cargo and ask for your support!
To date, the war in Ukraine has left thousands dead and tens of thousands wounded. Hospitals in Ukraine are under immense strain that will likely continue for a long time regardless of how quickly the war can be ended. Doctors and numerous volunteers have been doing a consistently heroic job, but are in dire need of more trauma-related equipment and surgical tools.
Our team is committed to supporting Ukrainian hospitals with much needed modern medical equipment and supplies. We are doing this in a sustainable, transparent and cost-effective manner by partnering with one of the largest US medical surplus recovery non-profit: Project C.U.R.E. as well as numerous NGOs in the United States and Ukraine.
Thanks to the support of our partners and the project model, for $1 of donations we are able to ship to Ukraine $25-30 of medical equipment and supplies. All the work on the project is done on a strictly volunteer basis, the project has 0% overhead, and does not handle donation money.
With your tremendous support, we already delivered to hospitals in Ukraine three 40-foot containers with medical equipment and supplies with the value of up to $1.6 mln. Hospitals were from Dnipro, Zaporizhia, Kyiv and several smaller hospitals in the war zone.
With the ongoing military conflict in Ukraine, we continue our work in shipping humanitarian medical cargo and ask for your support. Please support this cause and donate. Any amount will make a change! All donations are tax-deductible.
Please share this information with your friends. If you would like to learn more about the project, see the results of your donations, get updates, or contact us directly, visit www.uahospitals.org or our page on Facebook.
Vitaliy, Pasha and Jeannie (Washington, DC - Texas)