FRONT LINE HUMANITARIAN AID

MEDICAL

Simple medicines, such as ibuprofen / acetaminophen, or others used to treat minor injuries or illnesses, may be least likely to be found in homes close to the front lines.
We collect whatever we can gather and bring it to those who are in need.

FOOD

Food self-sufficiency for the civilian population is often an impossible task due to the constant threat of bombing or direct fire. They also lack transportation and the nearest place to buy groceries is not within walking distance. Therefore, we buy the goods from local businesses and distribute them to those in need.

WATER

Water is the most valuable commodity imaginable. If none is present, the human body will show the first signs of severe dehydration within 24 hours. Our body cannot survive for more than three days without water. It is therefore vital that we transport water to the civilians after the large-scale destruction of the infrastructure. Especially in the summer months when the few local wells run dry as well.

CLOTHING

Whenever we can, we try to bring as many items of clothing to the people. Likewise duvets, pillows, towels and so on. This is essential for those who have to spend the winter months in bombed-out houses that are cut off from any infrastructure (electricity, water, heating).

ANIMAL CARE

After a hasty evacuation, beloved pets are often left behind because there is no place for them in the vehicles. We therefore always try to carry animal food with us in order to provide these animals, which also fell victim to the war, with the best possible care.

EVACUATION

It also often happens that taking care of the civilian population is simply no longer possible and sensible due to bombing and shelling, and they therefore have to leave their beloved home, which they have built up over decades. If this happens, we drive with our empty vehicles and bring those who also want to be evacuated to safety.

Summary Mission No. 1

June – December 2022

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Water delivered
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Civilians reached
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Area Of Operations

Ukraine

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Liberated Cities

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Liberated Villages

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Gray Areas & Front Lines

How your donation is changing Ukrainian lives

Usage

100% of your donations will be used in Ukraine to help those in need. No exceptions! Every cent goes to the people who urgently need your help. We can guarantee this with absolute transparency of the use of the donations. With your donations, aid supplies are obtained directly in the Ukraine. Thus, we maintain the Ukrainian economy as much as possible and do not dilute it through the unnecessary and resource intensive import of already available goods. We work directly with local businesses to achieve the best possible results.

Example:
1kg of flour in Germany costs about 0,59€. But it has to be transported over 1.500km which uses valuable and expensive resources and fuel that add up to the overall costs. In contrast, 1kg of flour costs about 0,49€ in Ukraine, and when we buy it in bulk / wholesale, our contacts will give us an additional discount which can bring down the costs to almost 0,40€ / kg.

Transparency

In contrast to „other and big“ aid organizations, we are ready to disclose the entire consumption and use of your donations immediately. We do this by publishing images and documents on this website and our social media. With your donations, of course, not only aid supplies are procured, but also their transport is made possible. Therefore we use our own private vehicles which we obtained prior with our private funds, not connected to any donations (physical or financial).

Volunteers

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CHRIS LUTZ

Founder
Communication Specialist

Former member of the German
civil protection and
emergency service "THW".

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CONNIE LUTZ

Founder
CEO

Professional in the commercial
and administrative area.
Problem solver, co-thinker and
autodidact in the most diverse areas.

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ROBERT NICE

Nutrition Specialist
Driver

+10 years of experience as a chef.
+5 months experience on the ground
as driver along Ukrainian front lines.

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"VOVA" SAPEHIN

Networking Specialist
Translator

Member of the
Territorial Defense Forces
of Ukraine (TDF).
Local guide.