In addition to the military, volunteer, and information fronts on which Ukraine today resists the Russian invasion, the front of professionals is gaining importance — civilians, whose hands, brains, and talents are working on rebuilding the country, meeting the needs of the army, and helping war victims. The Keep Going project provides material support and tell stories of Ukrainians who bring us closer to the victory.I want to help
In May, the Skovoroda Museum in the Kharkiv region was destroyed by a rocket attack. Kharkiv native Kateryna Uvarova is collecting money for its reconstruction. Before the war, she used to make bags from used banners, and now she makes and sells accessories from fired cartridges. The purchase of an engraving machine ($1,750) will enable Kateryna to improve her products.
Having no sponsors, the women's soccer team "Mariupol" has relied on itself for four years in a row. In their free from training time, the women prepare processed foods for sale: they make pelmeni, varenyky, chebureky, and pancakes. Fleeing Mariupol under shelling, the athletes lost their production shop. We are fundraising $8,750 to purchase equipment that will enable the team to resume production and continue to represent Mariupol in soccer competitions.
Our heroes are owners of productions and workshops, creative teams, professional associations and independent specialists of various profiles, whose activities satisfy military or humanitarian needs during the war.
Supply Armed Forces with stretchers, hermetic bags, and tents for military vehicles. Before the war, they produced hangars, sheds, and other constructions made from PVC.
Keep Going donors collected funds to replace the broken equipment and purchase a batch of the awning fabric.
The wife of Mariupol defender Oksana Dubyk, who fled Mariupol, opened a flower shop in Lviv with two friends.
Keep Going donors collected funds for a refrigerating chamber for storing flowers which helped to develop the business.
Metal craftsman. Works on the various orders for the Armed Forces of Ukraine. Before the war, Polakh specialized in decorative items and interior design.
Keep Going purchased a machine for bending staples for dugouts (previously Viacheslav had bent them manually) and held a fundraiser to buy a welding machine for Polakh's workshop.
Farmer Oleksandr Kryvosheia tipped off Ukrainian artillery at his own warehouse, occupied by Russian soldiers.
Keep Going donors collected funds for repair works: the main warehouse was rebuilt.
Organized technical support of the Ukrainian Armed Force’s vehicles. Before the war, he developed the "4x4" off-road club.
Keep Going purchased a toolkit for Hennadii's auto repair shop, and later held a fundraiser for a pneumatic hydraulic press.
Since 24 February, the atelier of bags and backpacks, founded by father and son, Anatoly and Volodymyr Cheremysa, has been focusing exclusively on military gear.
Keep Going purchased HARDRIDE an additional industrial sewing machine.
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Stories of indomitable Ukrainians who do not lose optimism, believe in victory and bring it closer by doing their job.