Aid & Rescue
WHAT WE DO
We evacuate people, with a focus on the disabled, the elderly and families with children
We have created sustainable drinking water solutions in 36 communities whose drinking water infrastructure was destroyed, as well as installing 80 water tanks and delivering over 500,000 litres
We source building materials and reconstruct vulnerable people's homes which have been destroyed
We deliver food, humanitarian and medical supplies to liberated areas and hospitals
We have worked across Ukraine, with a particular focus on the Donbas (particularly Bakhmut and Lysychansk) in 2022, and the south (Kherson and Mykolaiv oblasts) in 2023.
We are two British people, a technology director from Sussex and a farmer from Cornwall, who individually came to Ukraine to help shortly after the 24th February invasion. After witnessing the amount of bureaucracy and red tape affecting large international organisations, we decided to found an independent team.
In 2022 we worked primarily in the Donbas, evacuating 400 people from close to the front lines: Bakhmut, Lysychansk and the surounding areas. Since January 2023 we have reocated our work to the Kherson and Mykolaiv regions. While we continue to evacuate vulnerable people away from dangerous areas, our focus is on people's current urgent needs. We have installed drinking water solutions for over 15,000 people and are currently rapidly expanding following the Nova Kakhovka Dam crisis. We are also helping people to rebuild their destroyed homes, both by sourcing building materials and by helping elderly people with reconstruction work ourselves.
All donations go directly towards our operations in Ukraine.
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