15 years is quite a mature age for a charitable foundation in Ukraine. And considering the important date, it was worthwhile for us to write a pathetic and solid canvas about...
But we are an action team, so we will record the biggest achievements.
15 years of "Zaporuka" are:
10 million euros for good causes
targeted assistance in treatment for 6328 children
1,347 families sheltered by the Dacha Center for Children with Cancer
1 clinic of children's oncology and bone marrow transplantation at Western Ukrainian Specialized Children's Medical Center
more than 2,000 m² of renovated hospital premises
3 updated rehabilitation departments
140 items of equipment purchased for medical institutions
30 tons of medicines and consumables delivered to the hospitals
15,631 psychological consultations for seriously ill children and their relatives
7,695 classes with rehabilitation specialists for 602 young patients of the National Cancer Institute
4023 psychological support hotline consultations for Ukrainians
n - on the number of organized charity marathons, bike races, concerts, "Lessons of Kindness"
1 real house with 30 apartments for displaced people
In fact, there is so much that has been achieved and developed during this time (for which we are certainly grateful to higher forces, partners, team endurance, and all of you — those who were and are around) that we allow ourselves to remember, be proud of, share our results and achievements throughout our anniversary year. In this way, we will inspire and be inspired, because there are a lot of tasks ahead of us all. And it does not scare us at all, because we are together and the Armed Forces of Ukraine are with us✌️
In the team, we joke from time to time that, apparently, only the shuttle has not been launched into space yet. And someone will definitely add: "That's for now."
And with your help, "Zaporuka" can do even more! Wish us a happy birthday with an SMS-donation to the number 88077 or donate through the site. Your donation will be one of our hundreds of joint good deeds