Activity report for five months since the full-scale invasion

In total, in five months since the beginning of the full-scale war, thanks to the dedicated work of 250 volunteers, 73 philanthropists from 7 countries, and 37 of our partners from Ukraine and abroad, we purchased, received, sorted, formed and delivered 301 target cargoes in 50 locations, 18 of them are regional centers of Ukraine (Appendix 3):

● 82 loads to medical institutions;

● 147 loads for our defenders;

● 52 cargoes to volunteer communities;

● 19 cargoes to other organizations.


Since the beginning of the full-scale war, the Foundation has received charitable funds amounting to UAH 3,756,963. The Foundation purchased medicines and medical equipment, clothing, and food and spent on logistics UAH 3,223,615.


The total humanitarian cargo volume is 557 pallets.


During 24.05.22 - 24.07.22 the Foundation prepared and delivered 21 humanitarian cargoes, including:

● 5 loads to medical institutions with medicines, medical devices, and personal hygiene products;

● 13 cargoes to volunteer communities with food, clothes, blankets, pillows, personal hygiene goods, and footwear;

● 9 loads for our defenders with food, medicine, personal hygiene products, clothes, footwear, ammunition.


The Foundation continues the #BlueBox Humanitarian Aid Project for families with children. In July, 583 packages were delivered directly to families with children to the following locations:

  • Cherkasy

  • Poltava

  • Bogoduhiv, village of Birky, Kharkiv region

  • village Vorzel, Biloghirya

  • Pryluky, Volodymyr, Volyn region

  • village of Druzhkivka, Donetsk region

  • Pokrovsk, Donetsk region

  • village of Vozsiatske, Yuzhnoukrain, Mykolaiv region

  • village of Klavdievo-Tarasov, Kyiv region

  • village of Khutory Cherkasy region

  • village of Boryslav, Lviv region

  • Horlivka, Donetsk region

  • village of Ivankiv, Kyiv region

  • Myrnograd, Donetsk region

358 #BlueBox* packages on 17 pallets and other essential cargoes (42 pallets in total) were delivered directly to the Bogodukhiv community, where 342 families with 1,042 children live.

#BlueBox is an aid package our Foundation sends to families with children living in de-occupied territories or forced to leave their homes due to war.


What's inside the #BlueBox

Our aid packages contain more than 30 essential items:

  • children's goods (formula, fruit purees, cereals, hygiene products, diapers, toys, etc.)

  • hygienic and household products for the whole family (shampoo, conditioner, cream, body lotion, deodorant, soap, towel, toothpaste, toothbrush, etc.)

  • food products for the entire family (buckwheat, rice, oatmeal, pasta, flour, canned meat, fish, vegetables, fruit, dried fruit, drinking water, tea, sweets, etc.)

The #BlueBox project needs support so that more Ukrainian families can get help and, most importantly, feel that they are not left alone. How to join: Filling one #BlueBox aid package costs about 3,400 hryvnias (approximately $96). You can support the project right now with a donation of any comfortable amount: https://www.hifund.org.ua/uk/blue-box


We also invite partners to provide informational support to our #BlueBox project by sharing this report or publications on our social networks, Facebook, Instagram, and LinkedIn.


Why there is no exact cost of the #BlueBox

When preparing each aid package, we study the request of the specific family that receives it. Children of different ages need different things; families have a different number of members of different ages, genders, and health conditions. That's why we make effort to ensure that each of our #BlueBoxes brings maximum benefit to the family that receives it. We invite you to cooperate!


The Foundation continues to adhere to the identified priority of providing exclusively targeted assistance on a pre-formed request with the recipient:

● hospitals, city, regional, and children's hospitals in the war zone and the affected regions;

● volunteer communities, our defenders in the area of hostilities;

● families with children in de-occupied territories.


The main focus of the Foundation’s efforts is to minimize the time interval between receiving the goods and delivering them to the target consumer.


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