This fall, we won ┬áthe competition to help Ukrainians as part of the “Humanitarian Solidarity” initiative and realized the “Stay together” project with the support of the International Renaissance Foundation and CARE Deutchland within the framework of the Humanitarian Solidarity Grant Humanitarian Program.

1,200 sets of food and hygiene products were assembled and distributed. Helped 700 IDPs and residents of de-occupied territories (including 200 people with disabilities and 200 children under 5 years old with their mothers). 50 bedridden patients were provided with diapers for 3 months.

More detailed numbers:

  • 2 months of implementation;
  • About 2,000 applications were processed, among which the most vulnerable segments of the population with relevant documents were selected;
  • 8 suppliers of goods;
  • 1,200 sets of products and hygiene items were assembled and distributed;
  • 700 recipients of humanitarian aid (IDPs and residents of the occupied territories), including 200 people with disabilities and 200 children under 5 years old with their mothers;
  • 50 bedridden patients were provided with diapers for 3 months;
  • 7 dormitories for IDPs;
  • 300 addresses in Kharkiv and 55 addresses in the occupied territories;
  • 16 volunteers;
  • 2 friendly volunteer headquarters;
  • 4 buses, 6 cars;
  • 100 liters of diesel fuel + 200 liters of gasoline;
  • 2480 km on the road.