DTEK and Metinvest in coordination with Rinat Akhmetov Foundation set up Saving Lives Humanitarian Center

Metinvest and DTEK, part of Ukraine's largest investment group SCM, with the support of the Office of the President of Ukraine and in coordination with the Rinat Akhmetov Foundation and local administrations, have set up Saving Lives Humanitarian Centre.

Its goal is to prevent a humanitarian catastrophe in Ukrainian cities.

Today, many people, companies and organizations from all over Europe have come together to help Ukraine by raising money, food and medicine. Now when the infrastructure of the country is destroyed SCM businesses take over all the delivery of humanitarian aid from Europe to the cities of Ukraine. The Rinat Akhmetov Foundation has the required expertise and experience.

The first deliveries will come from Poland, the Netherlands, Germany, Romania and Italy. The list of countries is constantly updated. Metinvest and DTEK will buy food products in Europe to help Ukrainians who have suffered from the war. A hub has been set up in Poland to consolidate aid and send it to Ukraine.

The most necessary basic necessities include: cereals of all kinds, pasta, oatmeal, canned meat, fish and pate, meat porridge, canned vegetables, condensed milk and nut paste, cookies / biscuits / crackers / nuts / dried fruits / bars, instant porridges and soups, matches, flour, sunflower oil, sugar, salt, tea, coffee, baby puree, formula milk, electric kettles, water, disinfectants, disposable tableware, diapers, sanitary napkins, toothpaste, brushes and toilet paper.

This initiative is open to partnership. We appeal to everyone: let us know and provide the contacts of any companies, enterprises or organizations, both inside and outside Ukraine, that you are aware of that are ready to join us and provide humanitarian aid at large scale.

Feedback and contact us:
Yegor Ponomarenko
+38 (067) 5100 167

Please note that this initiative does not involve individual one-time donations, it is about large-scale humanitarian aid. We can now accept aid only in the format of cargo packed on 120x80 cm europallets or containers with delivery to the terminal.