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UKRAINIAN FREEDOM FUND
Actively Supporting Ukrainian Military, Soldiers & Families
U.S.-Ukraine Business Council
Wash, D.C., Sat, Apr 5, 2022
The Ukrainian Freedom Fund (UFF) has re-activated in response to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, an illegal and unprovoked war of aggression, on February 24th, 2022.
The UFF is a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) originally established and registered in Kyiv in April of 2014 by Ukrainian and international entrepreneurs in response to Russia's invasion of Crimea and Donbas. UFF raised $580,000 and quickly purchased equipment and supplies to support soldiers and their families.
The Fund’s mission is to support a free, independent, and democratic Ukraine. UFF's mission is achieved through receiving of donations from people all over the world who care about freedom, prosperity, and peace in Ukraine and the preservation of human dignity.
The UFF has joined dozens of trained, experienced, and effective volunteers and utililized their extensive contacts in the Ukrainian military, since Russia's renewed invasion on February 24, 2022 to bring supplies and materials directlyto soldiers.
UFF’s Current Activity:
Urgent needs: The Russo-Ukrainian War, ongoing since 2014 and renewed in February of 2022, presents sudden and urgent needs throughout Ukraine. This includes the need to outfit an army, created through the mobilization of an entire population, with a new Territorial Defense Force of 150,000, which is backed by volunteers ten-fold that number. UFF funds are being used to immediately purchase equipment and supplies for the soldiers. The UFF and their well organized volunteers are rapidly moving everything to the field.
For the wounded: Over 10,000 Ukrainians died between the invasion of 2014 and this current and total war of aggression. Now, casualties are mounting across cities under attack all across Ukraine. The UFF is sourcing medical supplies and moving them into the field.
One of UFF goals is to provide military hospitals with proper medical equipment and medicines to help take care of the wounded and to support specific soldiers in getting necessary surgeries and prosthesis.
For the victim’s families: The heroes who gave their lives had families who are left suffering through the consequences of their incredible losses. Many of the soldiers that were murdered on the battlefield left their families fatherless and without any hope of future emotional and financial support. One of UFF goals is to support the families of heroes who gave their lives for Ukraine freedom and provide economic relief for them.
The principal founder of UFF is Andy Bain. Andy is one of the early founders of the advertising and media industries in Ukraine. He have been working in Ukraine since 1992 after founding Atlantic Group Limited. Andy received a B.A. degree at Yale University and an MBA from the University of Michigan in the United States. He served in Iraq and retired as a colonel from the US Marine Corps Reserve. He was an infantry officer and served in the Foreign Area Office (former USSR).
Ukrainian Freedom Fund activities have been officially endorsed by the National Security and Defence Council of Ukraine (NSDC), the National Guard of Ukraine, the EU-Ukraine Business Council, the U.S.-Ukraine Business Council (USUBC), www.USUBC.org, the European Business Association (EBA) and by many other esteemed organizations.
You can donate to UFF using your credit / debit card by clicking here:
You can also make a donation using UFF bank details here:
BITCOIN: UFF also accepts donations to their Bitcoin wallet: