We deliver aid supplies to people in Ukraine
We are a project of Europe Cares eV with the aim of supporting the people in Ukraine with donations in kind, which are distributed through green corridors to where they are most urgently needed.
We are hopeful . Inspired by the unwavering hope and resilience of our Ukrainian friends, we named our project after the Ukrainian word for hope: NADIYA
We are many helping hands . With us, everyone can lend a hand - whether with donations in kind, arranging valuable contacts, translating, delivering donations to our warehouse or supporting the warehouse on site. we need you!
We are volunteers . In a very short time, we have built up a valuable infrastructure through which donations in kind are brought to Ukraine. With an ever-growing team of volunteers, we work every day on our laptops and on site to become even more efficient. We support unbureaucratically and from person to person.
We are on site . In our warehouse in Slovakia, we sort the donations and load them into the vans of our Ukrainian volunteers, who regularly transport the goods across the border, where they are then distributed throughout the country.
We work in solidarity with these organizations
Who donates to us
Whether families, students or pensioners - every donation counts! We are also happy to receive donations from hospitals, churches or companies. We have already accepted donations from all over Europe and sent them to Ukraine.
what we achieve
We have so far been able to send tons of donations in kind to our partner network. With the donations we support hospitals, communities, associations and private individuals. From canned soup and diapers to ultrasound machines and wheelchairs, we bring everything to its destination.
Where the donations go
The donations are distributed throughout the country. We work with lists of needs from various clinics and communities in the country and send aid supplies to the bombed areas of the country by train or in aid convoys. We also support the western areas to which many people have fled.