Even a small contribution makes a big difference
Our goal is to provide humanitarian support to the people of Ukraine.
People in war-torn areas of Ukraine lack the most basic necessities: clean water, essential medicines, food, and often a roof over their heads. Our team has direct contacts to the people and areas most affected by the war. That allows us to deliver aid quickly and without bureaucratic delays where it is needed the most.
We thank you for your support!
Our recent activities
We raise funds to support Ukrainians affected by the war as well as refugees who have fled to other countries. Our current focus is on delivering medical and other humanitarian aid into Ukraine via our network of local contacts as well as assisting refugees who have fled to Germany.
Our current projects
Emergency life-saving medicines
After Russia’s recent announcement of plans to increase troop numbers in Ukraine, we expect an escalation of attacks.
People on the front lines are constantly in danger of being wounded and need immediate first aid and medical treatment to safe lives.
We are going to supply field hospitals with more medicines and have set a fundraising goal of 5.000 EUR
Generator for Vinnytsia Hospital
Many blackouts have hit Ukraine. The whole country is routinely plunged into darkness.
However, 80 doctors and 120 employees of City Medical and Diagnostic Center in Vinnytsia, even under terrible conditions, go about their vocation to help people, even if flashlights are the only source of light.
The doctors urgently need a generator so that they can continue to work in case of power failures. A generator with the required power of around 100 KW costs between 15,000 and 20,000 euros.
Let’s give the hospital the chance to operate, even in these difficult times!
Our goal is to raise
15 000 EUR. Goal reached!
Update March 2023: We are glad to inform all our supporters that, with your help, we were able to deliver two industrial generators to Vinnytsia in southwestern Ukraine. They will be installed immediately in a city hospital