KSE Foundation announces the start of a fundraising campaign for the purchase of modern ammunition for Ukrainian soldiers in the Sumy region. Our goal is to raise $150,000 for 500 protective helmets for border guards, soldiers of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, National Guard, Territorial Defense.

The enemy regularly shells villages, border points and positions of the Ukrainian military in the Sumy region. In recent days, the Russians have been actively increasing the number of troops near the border village of Tetkino and have been shelling the entire width of the front in the Sumy region for several days in a row. There was shelling in the region today, therefore, the need for protective ammunition for our defenders is still high. For this reason, the KSE Foundation team, together with representatives of the Sumy Regional Military Administration, will focus on the purchase of modern helmets that will help save the lives of Ukrainian soldiers during Russian shelling.

“The Sumy region has long been famous for its resilience and courage. It was the Sumy people who were the first to suffer a blow from the Russian troops. Despite all the problems, they heroically resisted, and later defeated the enemy and completely liberated their region. But the Russians regularly open fire on the positions of our fighters. To save the lives of our heroes, KSE, together with the Sumy Regional Military Administration, will purchase 500 modern protective helmets. Saving the life of every Ukrainian is the main goal of our humanitarian mission, and we will do our best for this,” head of the Regional Military Administration Dmytro Zhyvytskyi said.

In the future, the KSE Foundation team plans to expand the joint program with the Sumy RMA, in particular, to restore the destroyed medical infrastructure. Restoring normal life in the deoccupied territories is one of the priorities of the humanitarian program of the Kyiv School of Economics.

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