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Inventory donated by: “Hands of Hope”
Inventory value: $180,081.71
Shipping paid by: Ukrainian American Operation Humanity
Received and Distributed by: Charitable Organization “Way of Unity”
UAOH and partner NGOs in Ukraine would like to thank you for your kindness and support. Medical Humanitarian Aid was shipped on 05/20/2015, delivered to Charitable fund “Way of Unity” on 07/23/2015
Children's City Clinical Hospital No.3
Rehabilitation Center 'Maidan Hospital'
Charitable Organization “Way of Unity” and “Maidan Hospital” would like to thank Ukrainian American Operation Humanity and charitable organization “Hands of Hope” for delivery of humanitarian aid to our foundation. “Maidan Hospital” has been regularly delivering aid to most needed in Lugansk and Donetsk regions. To date, with your help we have created a lot of programs that improve the lives of people who live in the territory of ATO. Together, we will try to help make lives of people in our country better!
Volunteers of “Maidan Hospital” loading humanitarian Aid donated by Hands of Hope for delivery in Lugansk .
State Hospital "Railroad State Hospital"
Disabled residents of Belyaevsky Area
Oleg A. Dubin Augustow, the deputy of Augustow village council contact our organization “Fund Way of Unity” with a long list of disabled people residing in his region. Most of the applications with request for simple medical supply has been unanswered for years. Therefore, Mr. Dubin took action in to his own hands and applied to “Fund” Way of Unity for humanitarian assistance for individuals in need. For those who in urgent need of assistance, together with Oleg A. Dubina (deputy of Augustow village council) we decided to create a program of assistance for Belyaevsky region.
On images below – Vitaliy, who has been disabled for all his life. We are happy to help Vitaliy who has been requesting and waiting in line to receive a wheelchair for 3 years. He hasn’t been able to do simple functions like go outside or move throughout his house without an assistance. We got a lot of pleasure communicating with him as he is pretty smart and sociable.