Social Transportation

Donate to: Social Transport for People with Disabilities

Due to Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine, a large number of people with disabilities were forced to relocate to safer cities such as Kyiv.

One of the biggest problems is the lack of comfortable movement and access to basic services.

Our Goal

To help the population by purchasing and transferring cars adapted for people with disabilities to social protection services and specialized organizations.

Our Mission

To enable internally displaced persons with disabilities and socially vulnerable groups to receive necessary services and facilities comfortably and safely.

Since the beginning of the full-scale invasion, almost 250,000 people have moved to Kyiv, forced to leave their homes by Russian aggression. More than 45 thousand of them are children.

Almost 14 thousand people with disabilities

What have we done?

Since the beginning of the full-scale invasion, we have been continuously assisting social protection services in Kyiv and cooperating with the administrations of the capital’s districts on IDP issues.

Our Goal

To provide high-quality and comfortable social transport to as many communities and social service centers as possible, to establish a transparent and controlled system of transport services, and now we have to help the city of Kyiv, where more than 14 thousand IDPs have physical disabilities


The vehicle is designed to transport passengers with limited musculoskeletal functions, in wheelchairs or in regular passenger seats after transferring from wheelchairs, as well as persons accompanying them and their luggage. Such vehicles are manufactured by installing special lifts and equipment for wheelchairs, as well as fixing devices for transporting wheelchairs in the transport position.

20 such buses can meet the needs of IDPs with disabilities in one of Kyiv’s districts

Required amount 300.000 USD

Includes the purchase, installation of equipment, technical inspection and transportation of 20 ready-to-use buses.

Total money raised
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