Two ambulances we purchased are now on their way to Ukraine
More aid arriving where it's most needed
We are still working hard to get it to the people who need it !
More artic wagons filled with food on their way into Ukraine now
June 19th, 2022 donated aid delivered to the l'viv children's hospital
June 9th, 2022 delivery of Celox bought with the money raised from our fundraiser concert
June 6th. Working with our partners Dobra Sprava the donations from Monarch Moblity were delivered
May 27th, 2022 our partners 'Wakefield for Ukraine' delivering aid to the L'viv Children's Hospital
May 18th, 2022 donated blood monitors and ECGs delivered along with humanitarian aid to the children's hospital in L'viv. Their message:
Helping children - a sacred duty of each! ❤️
Sincere gratitude to SavingUkraine2022: without which we would have failed to achieve our objectives👍💙💛
Together Ukraine will win
May 17th, 2022
We work alongside many humanitarian organisations in Ukraine. 'Dobra Sprava' (Good Deed) is one to whom we have donated vans and aid that is distributed to areas recently liberated after Russian occupation.
The certificate is their appreciation :
"For our community action , patriotism and voluntary assistance. Our combined efforts have greatly aided both the Ukrainian defenders and people who have tragically suffered under Russian aggression and this aid is extremely necessary as we fight the enemy.
Together we will win. Glory to Ukraine"
May 11th- 15th, 2022 our local man Johnny from Halifax working alongside 'dobra sprava' helping to distribute in and around Chernihiv, northern Ukraine
May 8th, 2022 the 5th donated makes its way into Ukraine and will link with others to ensure a safe passage and deliver aid where needed.
May 3rd, 2022 members from reactAid who work with savingukraine2022.
each day these guys risk their lives evacuating casualties and replenishing supplies
May 3rd, 2022 the van and its aid
These are pictures of the children in the school visited in Ukraine. Each of these children has lost a parent in the war and are either living at the school or with local families. They live with no running water and had little food until we and the team provided over 2.5 tonnes of aid from the people of West Yorkshire and other places.