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Help Ukrainian Army: Send First Aid Medicine Kit for Ukrainian Soldiers

Help Ukrainian Army: Send First Aid Medicine Kit for Ukrainian Soldiers

Euromaidan activists in Ukraine are finding ways to help the Ukrainian army. One of the ways to do this is ship a parcel of medical supplies to a recipient in Ukraine that will pass it on to the Ukrainian soldiers in need. The facebook group EuroArmyMaydan is coordinating this process. Due to Ukraine’s customs rules, it is impossible to import them in large quantities and they have to be shipped in small parcels. Anybody that wants to support the Ukrainian army can do so by shipping necessary medical supplies to recipients in Ukraine that will get them to the frontline! Purchase the following materials via the links and send them to the addresses provided. When you send the parcel make sure that the cost does not exceed 200$ (you can lower it in the declaration) and make sure that they are NOT SPECIFIED AS MEDICAL DEVICES.

This is information from EuroArmyMaydan.

Here we publish only information on the operative assistance to the Ukrainian Army. Our main goal is to give materials to military servicemen that can keep them alive in the field. For this we are gathering medicine kits that can be used in field conditions, or at least the most crucial ingredients of these kits. Primarily, these are tourniquets, hemostatics, analgesics, suitable for immediate injection. How much do we need? A lot. Our army has sent 10 000 to the front, and a draft is ongoing. Providing the necessary supplies for all of them is a dream, providing for many is a realistic task. Financial reports and bank details for those who are willing to support us financially: (reports) To read about our other needs join our FB group:

  1. SWIFT payment – donation for critical needs of the soldiers

ACCOUNT: 26004052734648 (USD)
IBAN: UA683007110000026004052734648
CORR.ACCOUNT: 001-1-000080

  1. Paypal – specific donation for purchase of blood clotting agents

Recipient: [email protected]

Purpose: Ukrainian Army

  1. Paypal – donation for critical needs of the soldiers

Recipient: Andrey Slivinskiy at account healthphа[email protected]

Purpose: 1. money transfer for friends

  1. Should you wish to order medical supplies shipped to a designated US address or directly to Ukraine, please contact the group at [email protected]
  2. Using your Credit card: Use the link
  3. Join the group on FB to get updates on further developments

UA group –

USA group –

Each dollar of donations will help save a life of a soldier. 
Statement on receipts and spending is available here


IMPORTANT: in Ukraine we can receive packages and parcels free of customs fees only if their cost do not exceed  $200 or €150. Parcels arriving to the same address or/and the same name on the same date add up and considered to be charged as one parcel. Therefore we highly recommend to lower estimated cost of the goods in your shipping invoice. Also, please do not specify them as medical devices or any other “medical” stuff. Please, take into consideration, that whatever we need is NOT CLASSIFIED AS MEDICAL DEVICE Tip for those who are willing to help at large: Meest is willing to resolve all  of the customs complications for the modest fee of 10% payed by the buyer. Note. Keep the soldier’s spirits up! If you are sending the parcel yourself, please write a few words to the soldier that will be receiving it, in any language. Even a a simple “thank you” does a lot! And they need this no less than a bandage. All the information on how to send the parcel are in this REGULARLY UPDATED GOOGLE DOC.

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