Help South-East Ukraine

In the South-East of Ukraine more than a year last armed confrontation. It's victims today is the huge number of Ukrainian citizens - the people suffer from lack of water and central electricity, lack of food and medicine. But the worst - it is injured, that civilians get from shrapnel shells bursting in the streets of their cities. Acute shortage of medical transport and the assistance of qualified physicians reduces the chances of survival for the wounded man to virtually zero.

Probably victory is the main target for someone at this war. And they believe it should be attained at any cost. But for us - doctors - the only possible aim here are peoples' LIVES and HEALTH. Beyoned their religion, political preferences and lifestyle.

Dear charities and charity makers, we kindly invite you to join our initiative to purchase for people of South-East Ukraine, drugs (for reanimation and surgery), one reanimobile car, two ambulance carriages (local UAZ car model based).

(Our organization is realising the help South-East Ukraine project with the regional charitable foundation of Russian Orthodox Portal "Predanie".)

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To provide some aid you can HERE

Payment purpose: humanitarian aid for South-East of Ukraine.
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Together, we have helped the residents of cities: SlavyanskKramatorsk, Donetsk, RovenkyStakhanov, Alchevsk, Rovenky.

In our help right now it is still very much need the residents of the settlements located in the zone of combat operations: Donetsk, LuhanskStakhanov, Alchevsk, Rovenky.

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You can help HERE

Payment purpose: humanitarian aid for South-East of Ukraine.
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Statement of receipts.
Reports about the assistance provided to residents of South-East of Ukraine: Report 2014, Report 2015.