A new chapter of care: reincarnation of medical equipment in Dmitrovka

Оur partners Alexander Lagodny and Igor Cherepanov, help not only big cities. In a quiet corner of Dmitrovka village, where everyone knows their neighbors by name, there was a notable event that meant a big upgrade for the local medical center. Recently, the Dmitrovka Medical Center KNP received an important addition to its inventory – a series of medical items, already used but still capable of doing good.
This transfer not only alleviates the physical condition of patients, but also boosts the morale of hospital staff and patients. Being able to provide more comfortable and affordable medical treatment improves the lives of everyone at Dmitrovka, reminding us of the importance of mutual aid and care in small communities. With each new item received by the center, confidence in a tomorrow filled with care and support is solidified.

Gifts that move worlds: new life for children’s smiles

A new note of hope now sounds in the heart of every orphanage overseen by the «Peace to Peace» Charitable Foundation, under the leadership of Alexei Melnichenko. A series of important parcels arrived this week, including used but still full of life medical and sports equipment. Our partners Alexander Lagodny and Igor Cherepanov helped them with this.
These gifts do not just make everyday life in orphanages easier, they transform it, making every day a little brighter and every movement a little freer. The example of such actions shows how attention and participation can transform the ordinary into the marvelous, inspiring us all to small but meaningful feats of kindness.

Medical equipment lifeline in the Kiev region

Oleksandr Lagodny and Igor Cheperanov are at it again and prove with their tireless energy that every medical device has its own unique story to tell. Today’s event added another chapter to these stories: numerous used medical items, such as beds, rollators, crutches and wheelchairs, started a new life in hospitals in Vyshgorod district, as well as in hospitals in Brovary district. These items may have seen a lot already, but their ability to help those in need has not diminished.
The transfer of these items does not just alleviate the current conditions of medical institutions, it also speaks of more. It is a testament to the fact that mutual aid and recycling can go hand in hand, turning the old into much-needed new for those on the front lines of healthcare.

Always in the cage

Today, the last shipment of the remaining medical equipment to Obukhov City Hospital took place.
To date, the goods provided by donors from Latvia have been fully distributed to the recipients. Despite the difficulties associated with the military situation, we do not stop at the work done and will work hard in this direction.
We express our great gratitude to our permanent partners who provide assistance in a God-pleasing cause.

Glory to Ukraine!

Return visit

Today, the second car arrived from the rehabilitation center of Losyatyn (Kyiv region, Vasylkivskyi district). The second batch of rehabilitation equipment was handed over.
Also, today, a shipment was made to the “Ukrainian Family Family” Charitable Organization. This organization makes a huge contribution to providing assistance to people affected by military actions, as well as an invaluable role of this organization in helping the Armed Forces.

You can’t stop

And again, we have the rehabilitation center of Losyatyn as our guest. Today the center received: used rollators, used canes, used crutches, used wheelchairs, used shower chairs, used chairs, used lifts, used verticalizers, etc.
We are waiting for them next week because there is not enough space in the car for all the equipment we have prepared for them.

The final chord

Today, the final delivery of humanitarian aid received from our partners from the USA took place. The cargo was received by the Rehabilitation Center of Losyatyn, a unique medical institution whose name is known throughout Ukraine and far beyond its borders. Patients from our country and other countries come here for treatment and rehabilitation.
Everything will be Ukraine!

Call for help

Our partners in Kyiv region – Oleksandr Lagodnyi and Ihor Cherepanov continue their work. They helped the Kyiv City Clinical Hospital No.11. Today, more than ever, it is very important to help medical facilities with everything they need. Thanks to the diligent and responsible work of our partners, medical supplies, rollers, carts, canes, crutches, etc. were donated to KMKL №11.
To date, shipments from donors in the United States and Latvia have been fully distributed to recipients. Despite wartime difficulties, martial law, curfews we will continue with our efforts. We are very grateful to our regular partners, and we invite everyone who wants to help in the cause of God to cooperate.
Glory to Ukraine!

Our volunteers from Kyiv continue their selfless work despite all difficulties and obstacles of martial law and other war time obstructions.
Today, a significant amount of medical supplies and equipment for hospitals in Kyiv region was handed over. The supplies are destined for the Vasylkiv Hospital, which suffered greatly from the atrocities of the Russian occupiers, and the rehabilitation center of the town Losyatyn. It was in this very center that our soldiers from regular Ukrainian Armed Forces, territorial defense and civilians started post-occupation rehabilitation.
Unfortunately, we were not able to take a joint photo, because at that time there was an air siren and doctors had to promptly get to their facilities. Therefore we publish reports directly from these hospitals. Everything was utilized promptly – the consumables were immediately put into operation.
Once again, a big thank you to our friends from Latvia and America, who provide their support to the best of their ability and help bring us closer to victory.

Glory to Ukraine!

On April 7 our partners in Kyiv Oleksandr Lagodnyi and Ihor Cherepanov have turned medical supplies and equipment funded by charitable donations to International Assist Inc. To Kyiv City Council Deputy Mykhaylo Ishchenko https://kyivcity.gov.ua/…/ischenko_mikhaylo…/. The donated supplies will be distributed by Kyiv City council government to local hospitals.
You can fund more shipments of medical supplies and equipment by donating to International Assist Inc. via PayPal: https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/intassist