Raised and deployed
People trusted us
Tactical kits delivered
Food kits assembled
About United We Rise
We are a task force created to efficiently help Ukraine with the most needed stuff. We are focusing on hard-to-find and expensive products for our heroes, namely armoured vests and helmets.
As part of our UWR initiative, we want the world to see Ukraine from different perspectives! Historically, Ukrainian poems have always been an indispensable attribute of our culture. So, we decided to collect pieces from you and post them here so that everyone can feel our emotion!
What We Do.
We partnered with the Kyiv School of Economics to cooperate on the fundraising side. As part of arrangements, KSE agreed to provide its financial infrastructure and end-to-end delivery.
This campaign is aimed at purchasing necessary medicines, first aid and protective kits for the State Emergency Service of Ukraine, the Ukrainian Paramedic Association, and the Ukrainian Territorial Defense Forces to shield them against Russian aggression
We dedicate a portion of the donated funds to support refugees on the local level in one of the most important logistics hubs - Vinnytsya.
At the moment, Vinnytsya is one of the most important logistic hubs in Ukraine, as it connects Eastern and Western parts of the country. A lot of people evacuate here to stay overnight and then continue the trip. As a result, even basic goods remain in a great shortage.
Our 3-pillar value add.
United We Rise only funds and fulfils the existing contracts with pro-forma invoices. We are not funding the contracts issued by unauthorized institutions. End-to-End delivery is a must as we want to keep maximum transparency
Our goal is to deploy funds as fast as possible. Losing time means literally losing lives. We do our best to allocate the comings on the bi-daily basis and report to our community accordingly.
As our team is located in Ukraine and cooperates closely with the local volunteer organizations including the humanitarian unit under the Cabinet of Ministers, we know exactly which equipment is in shortage. We urge people to avoid buying secondary stuff that is largely present in the local stores,