We deliver aid as close to the front line as we can. For our team’s safety reasons, we only brag about the details once our aid has arrived. We arrived in Bakhmut yesterday. Visit our website and social media regularly. You will see how we turn every penny of yours into tangible relief.
How do we manage to bring aid this far?
Years of experience in the world’s most inaccessible and dangerous places have taught us that the impossible does not exist.
Do we encounter problems?
Of course. But no one is going to tell us that they are unsolvable until we simply try to tackle them. This time was no different.
When everything seemed to be ready, suddenly wholesalers in central Ukraine refused to release the goods to us. This was the result of Putin’s address, which announced a partial mobilisation of his citizens. As a result, the Ukrainian currency lost more than 15% of its value in an instant, and shops and wholesalers closed down, not knowing what the goods they were now selling were actually worth. What’s more, Ukrainians see Putin’s speech as a prelude to a new phase of war. No one wants to go to the east. It has become very dangerous.
However, this does not change the fact that terrified Ukrainians are still hiding in the villages immediately adjacent to the front line, which have been under constant shelling for the past six months. Their situation is dramatic. The war has led them to a famine that we only know from Africa.
Keep your fingers crossed for us! If you would like to help us, we would be grateful for every penny you put towards the purchase of food, and also for sharing our posts.