Fundraising for armored vehicles for Hospitallers
The Hospitallers save hundreds of lives every day and put their own lives at risk. They work on the most dangerous sectors of the front and often under enemy fire.
Recently, during the evacuation near Bakhmut, the 93rd Kholodnyi Yar Mechanised Brigade came under mortar fire. Regretfully, the car was damaged, and a paramedic, Yana "Yara" Rykhlitska, died.
Yana worked for an insurance company before the war. After the full-scale invasion began, she volunteered to help civilians. Then she voluntarily worked as a doctor in a stabilization center in the city of Bakhmut. Yana's friends and acquaintances say that she did everything for the sake of victory, and risked her life to help the wounded. "This is a dark day for all the tactical medics, tactical instructors, and soldiers she helped. At the front, she was called the 'Angel of the troops'. Rest in Peace". To protect paramedics during evacuations, they need armored vehicles. With them, the Hospitallers will be more protected from becoming a target.
We have already purchased one armored vehicle with the money from our fundraiser. It's quite expensive - one armored car costs £18,000 - but we can't risk the lives of our angels! The sad reality is that we need more vehicles to protect more crews.
Please help us with furnishing for this life-saving cause. This is not a photo of Hiroshima in 1945, this is what Ukrainian cities and villages look like after shelling. The enemy is literally wiping out everything, mile by mile, meter by meter.
In order for the Hospitallers to continue saving lives, we must help them as soon as possible and keep them safe! #Hospitallers #Paramedics #UkraineParamedics #HospitallersUkraine #HospitallersUK #HelpHospitallers #Ukraine #SupportUkraine #HelpUkraine #StandWithUkraine #HelpUkraineNow