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.
Starting from March 17, 2022, Vadym Novynskyi Foundation has allocated 2.5 million hryvnias for the purchase of 70,000 liters of fuel for transport, which was used to evacuate residents of Mariupol in the direction of Zaporizhia.
For more than two months of the war, Metinvest gave 1 billion 176 million hryvnias to support the country05.05.2022
Since February 24, Metinvest Group has largely restructured its work. According to the decision of the shareholders Vadym Novynskyi and Rinat Akhmetov, in addition to supporting the economic stability of Ukraine, the company has made every effort to help Ukraine and Ukrainians.
The businesses of Smart Holding group and Vadym Novynskyi Foundation continue to help Zaporizhia community. 5 million hryvnias has been sent for humanitarian needs.
Vadym Novynskyi Charitable Foundation has purchased a batch of equipped ambulances in the European Union.
At the request of the head of Kryvyi Rih Military Administration Oleksandr Vilkul, Vadym Novynsky Charitable Foundation provided financial assistance in the amount of UAH 17.5 million to provide for a stable life in Kryvyi Rih under martial law.
Regal Petroleum Corporation Limited from Smart Energy Group has transferred another UAH 1 million to the communities of Poltava region: UAH 900,000 to Lokhvytska and UAH 100,000 to Zavodska, respectively.
Smart Holding businesses are helping Ukraine at any cost, even if a city is fully or partially occupied.
Next batch of humanitarian aid from Vadym Novynskyi Foundation in the amount of UAH 500,000 was handed over to the residents of Chernihiv. Residents of Kharkiv, who currently remain in the city, also received food kits from the Foundation.
Vadym Novynskyi Foundation sent 4 heavy-duty cars with food worth UAH 9 million to the residents of Mariupol. Unfortunately, only 1 truck was able to reach the city. Three other trucks had to be turned and sent to Zaporizhia due to the threat of shelling. Currently, refugees who arrived from Mariupol to Zaporizhia are getting these food kits.