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City cleaning, recruit starter packs and cooperation with the World Food Programme – how business helps Ukraine

17/ 06/ 2022
  For more than three months, businesses have been defending the country – each on its front. They continue to work on advancing the victory and this cannot be stopped. Here are the stories of the EBA member companies for you as a proof: The international company ASBIS Enterprise has transferred 10 ambulances to the cities that need them most. These are Kramatorsk, Severodonetsk, Dnipro, Mykolaiv, Kharkiv, Zaporizhia. Ambulances are fully equipped with special medical facilities. Besides, a significant amount of medication was added to each vehicle for emergency medical care on the ground. Victims can now be moved urgently to hospitals or bomb shelters with minimal threat to their lives. This project was implemented together with the NGOs Zeilen van Vrijheid (Sails of Freedom) and Svoim. Bayer continues to do business in Ukraine, ensures salary payments, and regularly pays taxes to the state budget. The company also maintains its investments in Ukraine for 2023. At the request of the Ministry of Health of Ukraine, Bayer provided assistance in the form of nearly 30,000 doses of antibiotics and 1 ton of sterile medical supplies. Also, at the request of the Ministry of Agriculture of Ukraine, Bayer provided about 26,000 bags of corn seeds to more than 1,250 small farms in 17 regions of Ukraine. This will allow Ukrainian farmers to sow about 30,000 hectares of fields. Bayer employees from around the world have expressed solidarity with Ukraine and raised more than € 1 million in charitable contributions for the country. Employees in Europe provide housing for Ukrainian colleagues and organize local volunteer campaigns to help Ukrainian refugees with the companys support. More than 30 Ukrainian Bayer employees are currently defending the country in the Armed Forces. Colleagues provide significant assistance to the mobilized and the military units of service. Dr. Reddy’s Laboratories provided assistance to the Ministry of Health and the military hospital totaling more than UAH 7 million. LCF Legal Group has contributed to the purchase of a closed transport incubator with a ventilator for the Kharkiv Regional Perinatal Center. This equipment allows to safely move babies to the basement or bomb shelter at a fixed temperature, which is critical for small rushes. The equipment has an uninterruptible power supply, sensitive sensors, filters, and respiratory devices for newborns. The REHAU Group sells its business in russia to local management and completely leaves the russian market. REHAU also continues to work on the humanitarian front: more than 20 tonnes of food, hygiene products, power banks, medicines, and medical supplies for the wounded and civilian hospitals – these are only a small part of REHAU humanitarian aid delivered to Ukraine in May. Besides, the local team purchased a batch of Ukrainian food, including flour, oil, and sugar, to help hospitals where UAF fighters are treated, as well as volunteer organizations that care for our defenders and IDPs. Medicines and medical supplies from RAUMEDIC were donated to hospitals in Kyiv, Pavlohrad, and Kharkiv Regional Hospital. Baby food and baby hygiene products were provided to the Roman Catholic community of St. Joseph, which actively helps mothers and young children in Dnipro. Infopulse continues to assist the Ukrainian army in the struggle for our countrys independence. Within the company, a volunteer initiative “Plich-o-plich”( from Ukrainian: “Side by Side) was created, which includes volunteer specialists from various departments and projects. The purpose of the initiative is to provide the necessary protection and equipment to those colleagues who joined the Armed Forces and the territorial defense units. These are 45 men for now. Through joint efforts, the initiative Plich-o-plich managed to raise 5 million 44 thousand UAH. The company has already provided defenders with military radio sets, camouflage equipment, surveillance, and remote sensing devices. Part of the money was spent on the purchase of a drone silencer, which will block enemy drones. Also, in advance, the Plich-o-plich team has prepared a starter pack for those colleagues who plan to join the Armed Forces. Since the beginning of the war, Freedom Finance Europe has supported its staff and clients in Ukraine, collaborated with charities on humanitarian missions, and stretched a helping hand to those who are in dire need. Thus, the investment company donated 2.7 million euros to Ukrainian funds – Tvoya Opora, Dopomozhemo razom, Help Ukraine Center, Soborna Ukraine. Uber has donated a special version of its Uber Direct application to the United Nations World Food Program (WFP) to help deliver tons of essential goods across Ukraine. The initiative has succeeded in delivering food from the WFP warehouse in Dnipro to other parts of the city. Further deliveries will also take place in other parts of the country, including Lviv, Vinnytsia, Kyiv, and Chernivtsi. In the spring of 2022, Karcher Ukraine launched a volunteer project to help clean up Ukrainian cities affected by russias hostilities. As part of the project, cleaning works were carried out in Kyiv, Bucha, Irpin, and Makariv. Cloud operator GigaCloud has announced a support program for businesses during the war. The company offers Ukrainian entrepreneurs to abandon russian software, get free licenses for backup and data protection, and place data in the cloud twice as cheap as before the war. Besides, the company can provide free cloud placement for projects that are focused on helping the Armed Forces and Ukrainians. Carlsberg Ukraine has multiplied by 30% the income from each sold ticket to the Museum of Beer History - Lvivarnya. The funds raised by the museum are directed to the humanitarian needs of internally displaced persons, namely to the construction of camps in Lviv. One Philosophy initiated the launch of the first online library of world media front pages about Ukraine that have been published since February 24, 2022. It is embedded in We are Ukraine , a truth repository about the Russian-Ukrainian war in English. During the war, Kyivguma keeps working to provide the state budget with taxes, people with jobs, and the military with tactical medicine. The company helps many charitable foundations whenever possible. Among them are the Red Cross, Serhiy Prytula Charitable Foundation, Vilna UA Charitable Foundation, and others. The company also plans to donate a batch of baby care kits (pacifiers, bottles, etc.) as charity. More inspiring business stories: Free coffee, innovative towels and scrap metal fortifications – support from business The third month of the war – how business continues to support Ukraine Culinary army, paints for shelters, evacuation flights – how does business support Ukraine? Access to the IT platform, transportation of blood and equipment for defenders – how business supports the country Business and the needs of war: anti-tank hedgehogs instead of pipes, drinking water instead of beer Purchase of computers, food for soldiers, and the national roaming – how business supports the country

For more than three months, businesses have been defending the country – each on its front. They continue to work on advancing the victory and this cannot be stopped. Here are the stories of the EBA member companies for you as a proof:

The international company ASBIS Enterprise has transferred 10 ambulances to the cities that need them most. These are Kramatorsk, Severodonetsk, Dnipro, Mykolaiv, Kharkiv, Zaporizhia. Ambulances are fully equipped with special medical facilities. Besides, a significant amount of medication was added to each vehicle for emergency medical care on the ground. Victims can now be moved urgently to hospitals or bomb shelters with minimal threat to their lives. This project was implemented together with the NGOs “Zeilen van Vrijheid” (Sails of Freedom) and “Svoim”.

Bayer continues to do business in Ukraine, ensures salary payments, and regularly pays taxes to the state budget. The company also maintains its investments in Ukraine for 2023. At the request of the Ministry of Health of Ukraine, Bayer provided assistance in the form of nearly 30,000 doses of antibiotics and 1 ton of sterile medical supplies. Also, at the request of the Ministry of Agriculture of Ukraine, Bayer provided about 26,000 bags of corn seeds to more than 1,250 small farms in 17 regions of Ukraine. This will allow Ukrainian farmers to sow about 30,000 hectares of fields. Bayer employees from around the world have expressed solidarity with Ukraine and raised more than € 1 million in charitable contributions for the country. Employees in Europe provide housing for Ukrainian colleagues and organize local volunteer campaigns to help Ukrainian refugees with the company’s support. More than 30 Ukrainian Bayer employees are currently defending the country in the Armed Forces. Colleagues provide significant assistance to the mobilized and the military units of service.

Dr. Reddy’s Laboratories provided assistance to the Ministry of Health and the military hospital totaling more than UAH 7 million.

LCF Legal Group has contributed to the purchase of a closed transport incubator with a ventilator for the Kharkiv Regional Perinatal Center. This equipment allows to safely move babies to the basement or bomb shelter at a fixed temperature, which is critical for small rushes. The equipment has an uninterruptible power supply, sensitive sensors, filters, and respiratory devices for newborns.

The REHAU Group sells its business in russia to local management and completely leaves the russian market. REHAU also continues to work on the humanitarian front: more than 20 tonnes of food, hygiene products, power banks, medicines, and medical supplies for the wounded and civilian hospitals – these are only a small part of REHAU humanitarian aid delivered to Ukraine in May. Besides, the local team purchased a batch of Ukrainian food, including flour, oil, and sugar, to help hospitals where UAF fighters are treated, as well as volunteer organizations that care for our defenders and IDPs. Medicines and medical supplies from RAUMEDIC were donated to hospitals in Kyiv, Pavlohrad, and Kharkiv Regional Hospital. Baby food and baby hygiene products were provided to the Roman Catholic community of St. Joseph, which actively helps mothers and young children in Dnipro.

Infopulse continues to assist the Ukrainian army in the struggle for our country’s independence. Within the company, a volunteer initiative “Plich-o-plich”( from Ukrainian: “Side by Side”) was created, which includes volunteer specialists from various departments and projects. The purpose of the initiative is to provide the necessary protection and equipment to those colleagues who joined the Armed Forces and the territorial defense units. These are 45 men for now. Through joint efforts, the initiative “Plich-o-plich” managed to raise 5 million 44 thousand UAH. The company has already provided defenders with military radio sets, camouflage equipment, surveillance, and remote sensing devices. Part of the money was spent on the purchase of a drone silencer, which will block enemy drones. Also, in advance, the “Plich-o-plich” team has prepared a “starter pack” for those colleagues who plan to join the Armed Forces.

Since the beginning of the war, Freedom Finance Europe has supported its staff and clients in Ukraine, collaborated with charities on humanitarian missions, and stretched a helping hand to those who are in dire need. Thus, the investment company donated 2.7 million euros to Ukrainian funds – Tvoya Opora, Dopomozhemo razom, Help Ukraine Center, Soborna Ukraine.

Uber has donated a special version of its Uber Direct application to the United Nations World Food Program (WFP) to help deliver tons of essential goods across Ukraine. The initiative has succeeded in delivering food from the WFP warehouse in Dnipro to other parts of the city. Further deliveries will also take place in other parts of the country, including Lviv, Vinnytsia, Kyiv, and Chernivtsi.

In the spring of 2022, Karcher Ukraine launched a volunteer project to help clean up Ukrainian cities affected by russia’s hostilities. As part of the project, cleaning works were carried out in Kyiv, Bucha, Irpin, and Makariv.

Cloud operator GigaCloud has announced a support program for businesses during the war. The company offers Ukrainian entrepreneurs to abandon russian software, get free licenses for backup and data protection, and place data in the cloud twice as cheap as before the war. Besides, the company can provide free cloud placement for projects that are focused on helping the Armed Forces and Ukrainians.

Carlsberg Ukraine has multiplied by 30% the income from each sold ticket to the Museum of Beer History – “Lvivarnya”. The funds raised by the museum are directed to the humanitarian needs of internally displaced persons, namely to the construction of camps in Lviv.

One Philosophy initiated the launch of the first online library of world media front pages about Ukraine that have been published since February 24, 2022. It is embedded in We are Ukraine , a truth repository about the Russian-Ukrainian war in English.

During the war, Kyivguma keeps working to provide the state budget with taxes, people with jobs, and the military with tactical medicine. The company helps many charitable foundations whenever possible. Among them are the Red Cross, Serhiy Prytula Charitable Foundation, Vilna UA Charitable Foundation, and others. The company also plans to donate a batch of baby care kits (pacifiers, bottles, etc.) as charity.

More inspiring business stories:

Free coffee, innovative towels and scrap metal fortifications – support from business

The third month of the war – how business continues to support Ukraine

Culinary army, paints for shelters, evacuation flights – how does business support Ukraine?

Access to the IT platform, transportation of blood and equipment for defenders – how business supports the country

Business and the needs of war: anti-tank hedgehogs instead of pipes, drinking water instead of beer

Purchase of computers, food for soldiers, and the national roaming – how business supports the country

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