Nova Ukraine, a non-profit organization, has donated to the KSE Foundation more than $200,000 to purchase tourniquets to stop bleeding.
The KSE Foundation continues to implement humanitarian programs to support the Armed Forces of Ukraine, the Territorial Defense and civilians. Since February 24, international partners, business community and Ukrainian society have made donations of $17 million, spent on essentials during the war.
One of the partners of the KSE Foundation is the non-profit organization Nova Ukraine, which donated $204 320. It was used to co-finance the purchase of 25,000 tourniquets to stop bleeding, saving the lives of Ukrainian defenders and civilians.
At the beginning of April, the KSE Foundation received 12.8 thousand tourniquets that were sent to Mykolayiv, Odesa, Zaporizhzhia and Dnipro. Another 2.2 thousand tourniquets were delivered for the needs of Kyiv and Kyiv region. Also there are 10,000 tourniquets in warehouses in the Republic of Poland, that will be soon sent to Ukraine and distributed by central executive authorities.
“The KSE Foundation is sincerely grateful to Nova Ukraine. Every dollar of donations is an invaluable contribution to peace in Ukraine. We will continue to implement charitable humanitarian projects that will help save thousands of Ukrainians,” said Svitlana Denysenko, Director of the KSE Foundation.