224
days of resistance
since full-scale invasion
+38 (050) 615-28-86
9 Poltavskiy shlyah Str, Kharkiv

We stay united

With an overwhelmingly superior power of the enemy we do our best to save the life of every one of our soldiers and civilians. We stand side by side.

About

  • On the first day of war, the orcs were running through the hometown ... It was impossible to accept that people, with whom you grew up and worked, came on tanks to re-educate us. Anger and inhuman power was all that we had. But there were many such angry of us. We were half a million city. It is half of Georgia. Add to this Kharkiv-born people from Seattle, San Francisco, New York and cities and villages of Europe.

    There was only one thought in the head to group together as we would lose a mobile service soon. There was no difference in day and night. They seemed to be just some clots of time. Our thoughts came up to  urgent help to army with night vision googles, security surveillance cameras, air surveillance, sights, ammunition.

  • All these were very valuable items, but the IT sector that works abroad had joined us. Moreover, for example, Sergei Soshyin gave his cool office, and some Kharkivites gave their cars. Same as in a military enlistment office, we got a queue of those who wanted to act. Entrepreneurs from Kharkiv and Sumy gave us eggs, pasta, cigarettes for a large amount of money. 5 cars were bringing in the goods during the day. Later on, NGO "Through The War" and charity foundation in America were registered. We waited for the orcs' invasion every day, being in a hurry to do something more useful.

    In a few days, we found out that the social service had left the city and helpless people were waiting for help in the abandoned apartment buildings.

  • We went to look for them, registered and provided help with the medicines, food and services. And then there was a case when we did not know what to do with two disabled women. We were forced to find the premises (thanks to  Valeriy Ladik), wash and equip it to organize round-the-clock care for the elderly people. Today we have twenty-two patients in our care facility. We are happy to see grandparents, who are experiencing the second war, gradually come to their senses, begin to walk and make plans for a post-war life.

    And in the end, we wanted to say that we all dream that the story of our NGO "through the war" is bright, but as short as possible, because it would only exist while the war is going on.

    What we do

    We work 7 days a week all the hours allowed with curfew in power.

    Help our army

    • Every day, we unload humanitarian aid from trucks and trains.
    • We sort the goods, separate, pack individual orders and mark them.
    • We deliver the packages with medicine, food and hygiene products to elderly and disabled people.
    • We deliver medicine, food and technical equipment to our defenders.
    • We deliver hot meals to our military units, which are located in the field and have no access to proper nutrition, and to civilians, who are unable to cook for themselves.

    Care about people
    and animals

    • We serve as social workers, we wash, clean and buy medicine.
    • We cover all the needs for our care facility for the people who require full time care.
    • Daily we take care of homeless and abandoned animals.
    • Evacuate animals from active war zones.

    What we've done

    • We found and care for 77 people with limited abilities.
    • We work hard to maintain the pre-war standard of living for those under our care.
    • We found and prepared a building for hosting the people who require full time care.
    • We organized round-the-clock assistance, meals and medical care in our dedicated facility.
    • We evacuated dogs from a large kennel for German Shepherds, and dogs from an eco-park in the active war zone.

    Our team

    Olga

    Architect

    Tetyana

    Furniture designer

    Dmytro

    Building manager

    Kateryna

    IT industry

    Ivan

    IT industry

    Sergiy

    Engineer

    Arthur

    Electronics engineer

    Maryna

    Medic

    Kostiantyn

    Mathematics

    Tetyana

    Oleg

    Sashko

    Construction engineer

    Sergiy

    Svitlana

    Dmytro

    Hanna

    Sergiy

    Transportation business

    Hanna

    Massage theurapist

    Sergiy

    Project manager, IT

    Hanna

    Yana

    Vjacheslav

    Roman

    Entrepreneur, NDT engineer

    Andriy

    Angelika

    Student

    Andriy

    Transportation services

    Katya

    Architect

    Lera

    Architect, teacher

    Mairbek

    IT industry

    Alexandra

    IT industry

    Kateryna

    Artist, designer

    Tetyana

    Mother

    Alina

    Architect

    Mariana

    Architect

    Yulia

    Architect