The Fund provides immediate humanitarian relief and aid to Ukrainian troops – from protective non-lethal equipment up to clothing, food or quality medicines.

"We also help wounded soldiers, we help families who suffered in the war-torn zone,” says Bosak, according to Ukraine Today.

Due to the Fund’s efforts to promote its activities around the world and inform the international community “of the (true) situation in Ukraine", 90% of its donors are from abroad.

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