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The war has changed our plans, but not our primary aim to help.
From February 24 to March 31, we managed to help Ukraine with $698,819.
800 children received the Foundation’s help with the evacuation, including children deprived of parental care who are not the Foundation’s wards. Supporting children with cancer and their families remains Tabletochki’s priority. More than 400 children with oncological and hematological diagnoses have received evacuation assistance.
In partnership with St. Jude Global, Western Ukrainian Specialized Children’s Medical Center in Lviv (WUSCMC), Polish Herosi Foundation, the Polish government, and Ukrainian and international partners, the Tabletochki organized medical evacuation convoys abroad. And also helped some children to move to safer places within Ukraine. 96 families received financial support.
Some children continue their treatment in Ukraine. For this reason, the Foundation financially supports oncology centers and doctors working there. Being the temporary hub during the children’s evacuation abroad, WUSCMC received help to develop infrastructure and equipment.
Thanks to partnerships with other organizations and volunteers, Tabletochki helped the hospitals to meet the needs of more than just cancer departments.
We provided $149,487 to help front-line hospitals and a military hospital. We helped the LIFELOVER charity foundation, HelpUkraine.center, and the YOU ARE NOT ALONE initiative purchase insulin, L-thyroxine, anticoagulants, and medicines for patients with cardiac problems for UAH $120,406. The initiatives of Army SOS and Tata Kepler were supported financially to purchase 2,000 first-aid kits for the military for $206,777.
The Foundation continues to help hospitals, provide targeted assistance, and remain with those who need it. We thank partners, volunteers, and donors for your generous support!
Together to victory!
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