Community

UCC MPC helps seniors in Ukraine impacted by the crisis

Canada Ukraine Foundation – of which UCC Manitoba Provincial Council is a member – has implemented a program to help seniors in Eastern Ukraine impacted by the Covid-19 crisis. If you want to help, follow the link at the end of the article.
Canada Ukraine Foundation – of which UCC Manitoba Provincial Council is a member – has implemented a program to help seniors in Eastern Ukraine impacted by the Covid-19 crisis. If you want to help, follow the link at the end of the article.

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Projects

Medical Equipment shipped to Ukraine

On October 5, Ukrainian Canadian Congress – Manitoba Provincial Council loaded a container of over 50 high-quality donated hospital beds and mattresses plus gurneys and physiotherapy beds destined for Ukraine. With our partners from International Hope Canada, this is the fourth container of medical equipment UCC-MPC has sent to Ukraine. The beds will be distributed to military hospitals in Kharkiv and Kyiv, as well as to a general hospital in Yaremche which provides long term care to veterans. The retail value of the load is over $75,000.

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Supporting Ukraine

Medical Supplies sent to Ukraine

At the end of September, a container full of medical supplies sent by UCC-MPC to Kharkiv region in Eastern Ukraine arrived.
Below are some photographs of the equipment that was sent being unloaded in Ukraine, as well as thank you letters about the charitable assistance.

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Community

UCC-MPC PROVIDES ASSISTANCE TO WOUNDED UKRAINIAN VETERAN

The UCC-MPC Euromaidan Committee, using donations from the community, is proud to support the Ukraine War Amps Adopt a Soldier project. Community groups or individuals wishing to participate, can contact the UWA through the information noted below.“Adopt a Soldier” provides monthly stipends of approximately $50 USD to as many Ukrainian heroes as it can. One hundred percent of the proceeds go towards Ukrainian veterans. “Adopt a Soldier” establishes a unique bridge between the donor and the amputee. The donor helps on a monthly basis and both parties are always connected.

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Community

CONTAINER OF AID SENT TO UKRAINE

On June 3, 2017 a container of medical supplies to assist wounded and displaced victims of Russian aggression was sent to Ukraine by the UCC-MPC Euromaidan Committee. The bulk of the medical equipment was collected and donated by International Hope Canada. Costs for shipping the container to Ukraine were covered by a $5000 donation from the Ukrainian Catholic Women’s League of Canada branch at St. Anne’s Ukrainian Catholic Church in Winnipeg

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Projects

SUPPORT UKRAINIANS

Ukrainian Canadian Congress is our community’s umbrella organization. Please be generous with your time and with your financial support so that we may continue working for the benefit of the Ukrainian community. Вашу пожертву на розбудову Конґресу Українців Канади можете пoсилати на вище подану адресу. Це наша спільна громадська надбудова.

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Supporting Ukraine

Hospital supplies sent to Ukraine

UCC-MPC’s container of supplies for hospitals in Ukraine has been loaded on a train and is heading for Montreal where it will be loaded on a ship headed for Ukraine. While in Toronto, volunteers were able to add a number of additional high value items including 5 electronic patient lifters, 16 mattresses and a number of boxes full of medical supplies. One photograph shows how the container looked leaving Winnipeg, and then how it looked before it got sealed and sent.Thanks to all volunteers that helped, to our donors, to International Hope Canada, and the professional transport people who will ensure that this valuable assistance makes it Ukraine!

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Community

AID TO UKRAINE

On Saturday June 11, 2016 UCC-MPC Euromaidan Committee met its commitment of sending a container of medical equipment to Ukraine. The container was filled with mostly fully functioning modern hospital beds, which had been obtained and refurbished by International Hope Canada. The container made its way to Toronto. While in there, volunteers were able to add a number of additional high value items including 5 electronic patient lifters, 16 mattresses and a number of boxes full of medical supplies. One photograph shows how the container looked leaving Winnipeg, and then how it looked before it got sealed and sent.

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UCC-MBC appreciates for all the support these organizations have been giving for all past years!