We are a coalition of charities and people that came together to help the children of Ukraine
HELP PROVIDE
MEDICAL AID FOR UKRAINE

UKRAINE HOSPITALS
APPEAL

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What is the Ukraine Hospitals Appeal doing to help people?

As of June 29, 968 children had already been injured due to the Russian aggression against Ukraine. 341 children were killed, and 627 children were injured to varying degrees. And this is not the final number of kids affected by this terrible war, as the police and governmental institutions still don't have full access to places of active hostilities and the temporarily occupied territories.

The number of Ukrainians killed by russians is already counted in the thousands, millions of people have been forced to flee their homes to escape the enemy and start living as refugees or internally displaced persons from scratch.

The war has not stopped and has not subsided, daily air raids are heard throughout Ukraine, and Russian missiles hit civilian facilities, including hospitals, schools, kindergartens, and shopping malls.

Every minute, civilian casualties are increasing in Ukraine and humanitarian needs are escalating. Regrettably, this is likely to continue over the coming weeks and months. Our foundations are committed to supporting hospitals in Ukraine, providing medical aid for Ukraine and precisely for the Children’s Hospital in Lviv, and assisting medical personnel, front liners, and ambulances to reach children and young people in need.

Our mission is to:

Provide teams of doctors and nurses, medical supplies and protective gear for medical personnel, front liners and necessary supplies for ambulances in Ukraine
Set up communication channels and cloud-based electronic patient records infrastructure to link up hospitals in Ukraine with medical expertise in the UK
Raise funds to support the Children’s Hospital in Lviv, Ukraine
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Charitable and philanthropic organisations have come together to support Ukraine’s hospitals in need amidst Russia’s invasion. As reputable foundations, each bringing its own unique expertise to the forefront to help the children and young people of Ukraine. Our focus is on the Children’s Hospital in Lviv, but we will link up other hospitals to our support network once the communication and support channels are established. We are setting up clinical communication channels to support the medical and nursing teams on the ground, provide medical and surgical supplies and teams of doctors and nurses among other necessities.
Local Ukrainian representative
Dr. Owase Jeelani
MBA, MPhil (Med. Law), FRCS
Consultant Paediatric
Neurosurgeon - GOSH
Founder and Director
Gemini Untwined
Local Logistics
Kateryna Biloruska
President of Parimatch Foundation
James Hart
Trustee of WeHelpUkrainians
(known as Mangalakara Foundation)
medical expertise
Helping Ukraine's hospitals
and healthcare in their hour of need
Helping Ukraine's hospitals
and healthcare in their hour of need
Helping Ukraine's hospitals
and healthcare in their hour of need
Helping Ukraine's hospitals
and healthcare in their hour of need
Helping Ukraine's hospitals
and healthcare in their hour of need
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Our commitment

Every minute, civilian casualties are increasing in Ukraine and humanitarian needs are escalating. Regrettably, this is likely to continue over the coming weeks and months. Our foundations are committed to providing the necessary support, aid and supplies to the Children’s Hospital in Lviv and assisting medical personnel, front liners and ambulances reach children and young people in need.

Every donation will contribute to providing teams of doctors and nurses with robust communication channels to undertake the surgical and medical support on the ground. It will also help us obtain the medical and pharmaceutical supplies to the hospitals in Lviv, support local medical personnel, frontliners and ambulances with the equipment they need to attend those suffering the attacks in Ukraine. We will provide all this support, including logistics and teams of doctors and nurses, as required.

How will donations help people in Ukraine?

Your donation will help us to save more people

Every donation will contribute to providing teams of doctors and nurses with robust communication channels to undertake the surgical and medical support on the ground. It will also help us obtain the medical and pharmaceutical supplies for the hospitals in Lviv, and support local medical personnel, front liners, and ambulances with the equipment they need to attend to those suffering the attacks in Ukraine. We will provide all this support, including logistics and teams of doctors and nurses, as required.
If you think that one dollar is not enough to save someone's life, you are wrong. Any amount you can donate to Ukraine is important. It is common when some small donations turn into big sums that allow us to do the greatest things. If you have not decided yet what your reason to donate to Ukraine is, then try to imagine children affected by the war, fleeing their homes, or even being injured by enemy missiles. Helping them is the most urgent and noble goal. Every child is precious and deserves to stay safe and healthy. When you donate to children's hospitals in Ukraine it helps to save future generations of Ukrainians who will live in a free state and will always remember the kindness and love they received in the most difficult time for Ukraine.
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UKRAINE HOSPITALS APPEAL is a coalition of charitable organisations and individual philanthropists, namely:
· Dr Owase Jeelani, a Consultant Paediatric Neurosurgeon at Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children,
· Parimatch Foundation, a charitable organisation registered in Cyprus (HE399122) with a representative office in Ukraine, and
· WeHelpUkrainians (also known as Mangalakara Foundation) a charitable organisation registered in England and Wales (1184779).