Zaporuka Foundation

I offer help / I need help
  • I NEED HELP
Activity
  • active
Street name and number
  • Васильківська, 30
Postal code
  • 03022
City
  • Київ
Form of legal activity
  • non governmental organization
Main area of activity
  • Healthcare / psychological support
  • Material or financial support
Organisation website
Fundraiser website / website detailing your activities
Name and surname of representative
  • Вікторія Рафалович
Position in organisation
  • Спеціаліст з партнерств
Email
  • rafalovych@zaporuka.org.ua, info@zaporuka.com.ua
Age of beneficiaries
  • Infants 0-3
  • Preschoolers 4-6
  • School children 7-18
  • University students 19-24
  • Adults 19-65
Country
  • Ukraine
Scope of operations
  • Locally
Method of operation - Ukraine
  • stationary, operations or branches throughout Ukraine
Type of material or in-kind aid needed
  • Food
  • Hygiene products (soap, diapers, personal hygiene)
  • Furniture
  • Financial support
  • Medical / rehabilitation equipment
  • Medicines, dressing materials
  • Other
Period of operation
  • permanent operation
Description of activities
  • The main areas of today’s activity of the Foundation are:

    • Supplying hospitals that began to receive children from war-affected regions of Ukraine with medicines, consumables, equipment, ambulances and specialists. Everything needed to keep institutions running 24/7. Currently, there are 13 such hospitals of various levels – nationwide, regional and front.
    • Psychological support in children’s wards of the National Institute of Oncology and the Institute of Neurosurgery. Romodanov in Kiev, St. Nicholas and the West Ukrainian Children’s Specialist Medical Center in Lviv.
    • Humanitarian aid for communities sheltering internally displaced persons in the Kiev, Cherkasy, Poltava, Vinnytsia and Lviv regions.
    • Reconstruction of housing for displaced people in the village of Nesluchiv, Lviv region. The goal is to provide 30 cozy, modern studio apartments for 30 families.
    • Free psychological helpline, where we have 20 best specialists in their field, at 0 800 4000 23 (for calls from abroad +38 050 493 03 07).
Description of needs
  • What do we need to help Ukrainians now? 

     

    1. INDIVIDUAL SUPPORT FOR CHILDREN ON TREATMENT 

     

    More than 800 children have been wounded since the beginning of the Russian invasion. Seriously ill and injured children must receive treatment in time, if they remain in Ukraine or are evacuated abroad. Zaporuka Foundation provides children with medicines and medical supplies, psychological support, physical rehabilitation, financial support and housing.

     

    2. MEDICAL EQUIPMENT FOR DAMAGED AND OVERCROWDED HOSPITALS

    During the war, 616 hospitals across Ukraine were damaged, 101 of them were completely destroyed. Those that remain are overcrowded and require more equipment and medicines. The heads of the hospitals ask the Foundation for help almost every day. There are requests for medicines and equipment worth from 10,000 to 500,000 euros. If you are interested in providing such assistance, we will prepare specific projects.

     

    3. BASIC PRODUCTS FOR IDPS

    Millions of people in Ukraine who have left their homes with all their possessions just in a small suitcase or even a pocket need food and hygiene products. Shelters hosting them need additional furniture, mattresses and other stuff. We help IDPs in Kyiv, Poltava, Cherkasy, Kyiv, Vinnytsia and Lviv Oblasts, which are the biggest hubs for IDPs. If you can collect humanitarian aid or donate for purchasing of necessary products, we will prepare a specific request for you.

     

    4. WINTERIZATION FOR IDPS

    When the Russian invaders continue bombing the Ukrainian infrastructure, IDP families’ survival depends on timely preparation for the coming winter. IDP families living in rural areas don’t have central heating and need firewood to keep their houses warm. IDP families living in apartment buildings need heaters to be able to raise the temperature in their rooms, especially if they have little children. In addition, IDPs need warm clothes, blankets. If you can help Ukrainins survive in winter cold, we will prepare a specific request for you.

     

    The needs of the country that is bombed daily and where the infrastructure and the lives of people are being destroyed are boundless. We are sure that you will help us in our fight for life and freedom.

     

    We are ready to answer all additional questions. 

Scope of operations - Ukraine
  • Kyiv region
  • Lviv region
  • Cherkasy region
  • Poltava region
  • Vinnytsia region
Material aid - other
  • firewood, heaters