In these months, we’ve delivered a vehicle near Kherson, helped repair 2 other vehicles, and participated in fundraisers for 4 more. 3 out of 4 fundraisers are now completed.
Another priority was to provide the fighters with the equipment and winter gear. We’ve passed 4 generators, 15 power banks, a thermal-vision device, a Leica range-finder, 4 digital walkie-talkies, 2 routers, a portable weather station, 2 smartphones, gas burners and canisters for them, headlights, metal stoves, etc. We’ve also passed clothes: 7 sets of winter uniform, 12 jackets, 3 pants, 10 pairs of shoes, 23 base layer sets, 28 pairs of gloves, polar fleece sweaters and socks. Also passed 23 sleeping bags for temperatures of -8 and -15 C.
We keep sending military gear and medicine. We’ve sent 6 active headphones, 4 ceramic armor plates, 4 plate carriers, 14 pouches of various kinds, 3 backpacks, a helmet, kneepads, elbow pads, etc. Also, we’ve passed to our volunteer medics and fighters 67 CAT tourniquets, 50 occlusal stickers, 100 infusion systems, 3 medical kits, hemostatic bandages, nasal tubes, and emergency bandages.
In late November we made a humanitarian trip to Kryvyi Rih and Zaporizhzhia with Spanish and Turkish comrades. On local unions’ request, we brought them military gear and 79 food parcels. Our Lviv team sent more than 30 humanitarian shipments, mostly medical supplies for a hospital in Kryvyi Rih.
Such were these 2 months for us. But it’s important to remember that by “us” we always mean you. Those people, organizations, and initiatives that make donations or bring help. Those who deal with the logistics, repair vehicles, organize concerts, or spread our ideas. We have an ability to help the fighters and civilians who’ve suffered because of the war only thanks to you and your active involvement. Thank you for that!