Individuals and legal entities can donate money, food or basic necessities. The Do It Together Foundation was established to accept donations and purchase the humanitarian aid for Ukrainians.
The project’s mission is to deliver humanitarian aid to Ukrainians who are in need of food, medicines, and essentials at the wartime. Containing flour, pasta, cereals, sugar, condensed milk, canned goods, and sunflower oil.
The food packages are formed according to the recommendations of the World Health Organization, have a long shelf life, and are optimised for the daily calorie intake of 3,000 – 3,600 kcal. One package weighs about 6 kg. For more information, please for to the Reports section.
The aid is primarily distributed among large families, single mothers, guardians, people with disabilities, and other vulnerable groups who are unable to leave dangerous areas.
We also make strategic food reserves for Ukrainian cities and towns. In addition to food, they contain personal hygiene products, including children’s products. We source medicines and medical consumables to military and civilian hospitals.
Eastern Ukraine is the area of the most active hostilities now. Access to many localities is blocked, as the infrastructure and logistics routes are either exposed to shelling or destroyed.
Our key partner cities and towns — Avdiivka, Zaporizhia, Kryvyi Rih, Kamianske, and Pokrovsk — help distribute aid in Ukraine. Amalgamated communities of Dnipropetrovsk, Kyrovohrad and Donetsk oblasts are also on this list.
Metinvest has set up two reloading centres on the sites of its representative offices in Poland, which collect the assistance for Ukraine from all over the world.
This assistance then goes to distribution centres in Zaporizhia (based on Zaporizhstal’s site), Dnipro, Kamianske (based on Kamestal’s site), and Kryvyi Rih (based on Central GOK’s site).
The distribution centre form survival kits to be further sent to localities where people need them most.
Initial funding is provided by Metinvest, with partners and clients joining in. More than 80 companies from Poland, Romania, the Netherlands, Germany, Italy, the USA and Australia have already become partners of the fund.
These are companies from various sectors of the economy, including metallurgy, trade, banking, information technology, jurisprudence, shipbuilding, engineering and instrumentation.
For more information, please call us on +380990595837
Many plants and enterprises, as well as the infrastructure in Ukrainian cities, towns and villages have been destroyed by active hostilities, and it will take time to rebuild them. By providing regular support to these localities and their residents, we can contribute to the economic potential of the regions and help restore the national economy.