We are a US veteran led non-profit organization delivering life saving medical kits and critical humanitarian aid to Ukraine in frontline areas.
Our team is on the ground in the Ukraine, so your donation has an immediate impact. There are no middle men, no international aid depots. Your gift goes straight to those in need.Donate Today
From equipping Ukrainian fighters with life-saving first aid kits to evacuating families from the war zone, learn about the projects your donations funded in 2022.
Our primary mission is to deliver Individual First Aid Kits (IFAK’s) directly to soldiers and civilians on the front lines in Ukraine. Tourniquets, bandages, chest seals. Critical, life-saving aid.
Our secondary mission is to be in a position to respond rapidly to the dynamic needs of Ukrainian people in their fight for freedom and safety. Our support includes evacuations, generators to power hospitals and other critical infrastructure, and shovels to dig trenches. Our resources and volunteers are on location, delivering directly.
We are providing non-lethal assistance and humanitarian aid to Ukraine. We DO NOT provide weapons or ammunition.
Since the start of the war in February 2022, our team has delivered measurable impact to those in need. Your donation today will support Ukraine and our mission.
These are trauma kits that contain various tools to stop bleeding and restore breathing. They contain tourniquets, chest seals, combat gauze, and nasopharyngeal airway devices among others.
The MCI field medic backpack offers similar trauma treatment found in an IFAK but for multiple patients, with the addition of quick litters to evacuate patients. It is typically carried by military medical personnel, such as combat medics.
Russia has specifically been targeting power infrastructure to maximize the suffering of innocent civilians. We have delivered generators throughout the winter to civilians, hospitals and those in need.
The war is dynamic. Unique needs emerge daily as the situation changes. We are best positioned with our staff in Ukraine to respond quickly, spinning up evacuation programs, and other support.