Amount raised: $10,932.60
Hundreds of boxes of medical supplies were donated by hospitals and individuals. Firefighters received life-saving IFACs and medical bags.
individual first aid kits (IFAKs) were assembled and sent to front lines
Financial assistance was sent to U.S. national diaspora organizations (UNWLA, ZUDAK, Revived Soldiers) who were better equipped to purchase and distribute humanitarian aid on a larger scale. HOU worked with UNWLA to purchase wound vacs and fixators for medical hospitals.
4×4 Truck restoration project
Funds have been sent for vehicle purchase and repair, drones and notebooks, water purification systems, a bakery in Zaporizhzhya run by volunteers, baby and children’s supplies for orphans, housing and food for children fleeing the shelling. Most recently requests for Starlink subscriptions were fulfilled.
Thank you video from children who had a chance to spend 10 days in a winter camp in the Transcarpathian region. As a result of the Russian aggression, the Kharkiv region suffered greatly. It was subjected to constant artillery and rocket fire.
Many people and families became forced migrants and people have been living in a state of permanent stress, and this especially affects children. House of Ukraine raised $27,000 in September at our fundraising Gala “Night Under the Stars” and was able to assist the Charitable Foundation “Kharkiv with you” to send 60 children from the Kharkiv region to winter children’s camp “For the light that overcame the darkness!”
San Diego veterans generously donated their personal body armor, boots, helmets, uniforms and other items, helped sort and pack them for shipment. Hundreds of soldiers and civilian defense volunteers have been outfitted with fatigues, vests, helmets, tactical gloves, boots and IFAKS.
Tens of thousands of pounds of military, medical and humanitarian aid have been shipped by various means including ship and plane. Hundreds of duffle bags and suitcases packed with essential items were flown by volunteers as their checked in luggage.
bags flown to Eastern Europe and taken across the border to Ukraine