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20+

PEOPLE EMPLOYED IN UKRAINE

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5,500+

THERMAL BASELAYERS SEWED

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2,000+

NECK GARTERS

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200+

SETS OF ADAPTIVE CLOTHES FOR WOUNDED DEFENDERS

Goal: $200,000

Raised: $110,000+

ABOUT THE PROJECT

We have launched a production facility that sews thermal baselayers in Ukraine. This not only helps keep soldiers warm in the cold Ukrainian winter, it gives citizens who have lost their livelihood due to the war a way to make a living! We employ 20 people, and so far, they have sewed 3,200+ sets of warm and high-quality thermal baselayer sets!  Keep in mind, this was achieved with limited power in Ukraine! 
 
Your donations keep brave Ukrainian defenders warm, and support the Ukrainian economy by giving people in Ukraine jobs. We keep receiving lots of amazing feedback from the front lines about the amazing quality of these thermal baselayer sets. This initiative is a win-win!

With the success of this project and many more requests from both the front lines & civilians, we have decided to make this our key project. We are going to continue sewing thermal baselayers, and we will expand to include production of adaptive clothes for wounded and combat uniforms.

 

In addition, we are launching something to help our brave Ukrainian servicewomen. Currently, they are forced to dress in men's uniforms and thermal underwear, but our team has designed & developed models specifically for women!

 

Everyone who joins this initiative is making sure brave Ukrainian servicemen AND servicewomen are warm & comfortable, while also employing civilians! This is a double win and we are grateful for your support!


Let's rally together for those who stand on the frontlines, defending their homeland. Your contribution, no matter the size, makes a tangible difference. Help us bolster the Emergency Evacuation Fleet, and let's continue to be a lifeline for those who courageously protect and serve. Click below to make a donation and be a part of this critical mission.

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