This week, Vadym Novynskyi Charitable Foundation delivered another consignment of ambulances from Europe to Ukraine. This time 16 Mercedes Benz, Renault, Opel and Volkswagen cars crossed the border.
Some of them were transferred to the Center for Salvation of Life. The cars are already working in the regions where the fighting is going on, 2 cars were transferred to Amosov National Institute of Cardiovascular Surgery to form mobile teams.
By the end of the month, 22 more ambulances are due to be delivered. Thus, the number of scarce cars imported by Vadym Novynskyi Foundation to Ukraine will reach 58.
Dmytro Sergeyev, director of the Foundation, said: “Earlier we donated dozens of cars to hospitals in Zaporizhia and Kryvyi Rih, now there is a request from Mykolayiv and other cities. Our goal is to bring at least 100 ambulances to Ukraine and deliver them to the regions most in need. At the request of doctors, the cars will be equipped with oxygen stations. It is one of the largest humanitarian initiatives in Ukraine in scale, which aims to meet one of the most critical needs of medical institutions in the regions that save victims of hostilities”.
The total amount allocated by Vadym Novynskyi for humanitarian projects after February 24 reached UAH 638 million.