Stronger together

Two years after the beginning of the war, Ukraine continues to fight for its independence and territorial integrity. In these difficult times, the nation demonstrates its solidarity by rallying around the idea of unity and support for each other. Ukraine is grateful to its friends and partners for their continuous support and assistance in this important period of its historical development.

Today, Self-Help Communities sends words of gratitude to

Katya Koltsyo and Nancy Leary, Oleksandr Tereshchenko, the Ukrainian community in London and Andriy Barchyshyn for their continued support of Ukrainians with medicine and humanitarian aid.

To philanthropists Lorraine Mischuk, Madeleine Rosenblum, Michael Radigan, Alla Prun and many others for the opportunity to purchase a number of medicines for Azov paramedics; to Kevin Cohen, who, thanks to donations from Borys Palant; Hollywood American Legion Post 43! and friends in the United States, collected a significant amount of tactical medicine; the Middletown South Fire Department and other fire departments in Connecticut and New England for special fire equipment, local residents of Middletown for purchasing and delivering medical equipment, and students of Haddam-Killingworth High School for collecting items and making postcards. Ihor Samila (head of Gaben LLC) for his help with the warehouse in Ukraine.

Our Japanese colleagues from the JADE Foundation and Japan Platform purchased vitamins as part of the project "Distribution of Vitamins to IDPs in Lviv: pregnant women, lactating women and young children"

The activity of Community Self-Help NGO is made possible by the generous support of the American people through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and is supported by ISAR Ednannia within the Ukraine Civil Society Sectoral Support Activity implemented by ISAR Ednannia in partnership with the Ukrainian Center of Independent Political Research (UCIPR) and Centre for Democracy and Rule of Law (CEDEM). The contents are the responsibility of Community Self-Help NGO and do not necessarily reflect the views of USAID or the United States Government, or ISAR Ednannia.

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