Nova Ukraine takes on the challenges of the upcoming winter through reconstruction and resupply.
In recent months Russia has resorted to an opportunistic strategy targeting civilian infrastructure – focusing on increasing hardship among defenseless and vulnerable families by depriving them of basic services. In many places, the goal is complete destruction of Ukraine’s electric power plants and water systems. Since the start of the war, Ukrainians have been forced to flee their homes to crowd in bombed-out buildings and basements with inadequate windows and insulation or heating and plumbing systems. These two crises – refugees and infrastructure – present incredible challenges for the nation and its civilian population as the country heads into winter.
With nighttime temperatures already dropping below freezing, the problem of shelter and clean water is now urgent. Although the Russian bombardment of critical infrastructure will not dampen Ukrainians’ resolve, when cities are no longer able to provide basic sewage and heating services, hardship, disease, and hunger inevitably increase. Without safe or warm places to stay, many more people will have to leave their homes behind, which threatens to exacerbate Ukraine’s already dire refugee crisis. This winter, Nova Ukraine is launching a campaign to equip homes and families with the critical supplies to stay warm this winter. Your support of Nova Ukraine’s volunteers on the ground is an important piece of the humanitarian work bringing safety and stability to the war’s victims.
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We are collecting additional equipment donations and monetary donations to support first responders, vulnerable families and internally displaced people.
Please donate to Nova Ukraine’s efforts to provide needed humanitarian assistance to the people of Ukraine.
Nova Ukraine Partners with the Howard G. Buffett Foundation and Ukrainian Railways (Ukrzaliznytsia) on Warming Centers for Vulnerable Ukrainians During Winter Months A USD$2.3 million grant from the Buffett Foundation…
To address the growing number of requests for animal sterilizations, Nova Ukraine has partnered with Animal SOS, a pilot program in Odesa to provide these procedures at no cost for homeless animals at seven veterinary clinics. The veterinary specialists generously offer to provide these procedures at cost for Nova Ukraine so that we can, in turn, offer these services free of charge to volunteers on the ground.