Donate to: Resuscitation Vehicle

Due to Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine, a large number of hospitals were forced to relocate to safer areas and start rebuilding from scratch.

One of the biggest problems is the lack of fast transportation of patients from remote settlements directly to hospitals.

Our Goal

To help the population by purchasing and donating ambulances to hospitals.

Our Mission

To help those who are unable to receive quality and timely medical care due to lack of transportation and the ability to get to the hospital.

In Kherson region, 75% of medical facilities have been damaged as a result of Russian aggression. This was reported by the head of the Kherson Regional Military Administration, Oleksandr Prokudin, during a telethon on August 5. According to him, since the first days of the full-scale war, 11 doctors have been killed by the Russian military in Kherson region. The Russian army is shelling medical facilities and ambulances.

The editor-in-chief of NovaKahovka.City, Oleksandr Gunko, told Novyny Pryazovia that residents of this town now have to travel 100 kilometers to the village of Novotroitske to see doctors.

Paramedic Oleksandr Lytvynenko, who works in the village of Velyka Oleksandrivka, Beryslav district, said that 54 settlements in the community are served by 4 ambulance crews.

We act

Since the beginning of the full-scale invasion, we have brought and delivered 4 ambulances to Kharkiv, Kherson and Dnipro regions with the help of German and Lithuanian partners.

The vehicles have already saved hundreds of lives of Ukrainians and continue to do so.!

Resuscitation Vehicle

Renault Master type B is designed to provide medical care by a medical (paramedic) team, transport and monitor the patient’s condition at the pre-hospital stage and is made according to the European standard.

Three such ambulances can meet the needs of a small town!

Required amount 66.000 USD

Includes procurement, technical inspection of transportation.

Total money raised
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