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

29/ 04/ 2022
  It has been already two months of full-scale war, in which Ukraine shows the world an unprecedented example of heroism, resilience, and unity. At the same time, most companies continue to operate and support the country in difficult times. So below are stories from businesses that support Ukrainian defenders, volunteers, and civilians. From the first day of the war, Lemtrans has been working to ensure the continuity of supply chains for raw materials needed by businesses and to support the countrys economy in difficult times. In the last month, the company delivered 40 tons of flour for the city of Zaporizhia and 2,000 cans of flour for civilians in the Popasna district. Lemtrans also provided fuel and oil, anti-tank hedgehogs, and materials for the Territorial Defense Forces checkpoints. Besides, the company transferred more than UAH 500,000 to the logistics tariff for the delivery of humanitarian goods from Europe to the civilian population. The transfer of UAH 20 million was made in support of Ukrainian soldiers and over UAH 650,000 to the Territorial Defense Forces through a special account of the NBU. Lemtrans delivered more than 2,000 tons of humanitarian aid from Europe to Ukraine as part of a joint initiative of Ukrzaliznytsia, the EBA, Ukrainian and international companies. DTEK has allocated UAH 324 million in humanitarian aid, and support to the Armed Forces and the Territorial Defense Forces. Together with the Rinat Akhmetov Foundation, the company purchased and donated food to residents of Mykolayiv, Dnipro, Donetsk, and Zaporizhia oblasts. Childrens hospitals in Kyiv are provided with medicines, food, and hygiene products. DTEK also organizes the delivery of generators for autonomous electricity supply to hospitals and local communities. Since the first days of the war, DTEK has been providing free electricity to 150 critical infrastructure institutions – state and municipal medical institutions, military and law enforcement agencies, and bread producers. DTEK Group companies also donated 350 tons of coal for Ukrzaliznytsia. Another 100 tons were transferred for the needs of local communities and heat supply. Also, the company donated 117 vehicles for the needs of the Armed Forces and Territorial Defense for them to perform public protection tasks. BASF has raised more than € 2.1 million in donations within the #ColleaguesForUkraine initiative. The amount donated will go 100% to BASF colleagues from Ukraine. The company will also add the same amount to the UNO-Flüchtlingshilfe for the support of Ukrainian refugees. In total, BASF will donate more than € 4.2 million to the war victims in addition to the € 1 million in financial aid provided by the company in late February. Employees and partners of Ukrtransgaz have collected over UAH 2.4 million in military assistance. With these funds, the army was strengthened with the necessary arsenal of equipment and tools. You can learn more about it here. Uklon has launched the #UklonVolunteer project that provides transportation to volunteers and employees of critical infrastructure in the city. So far, the project has carried out 6,019 volunteer trips and transferred 182,000 portions of food, 7,345 kg of food, 10,000 liters of water, 9,440 liters of fuel, and hundreds of medicinal items and essentials. Besides, Uklon launched a new class of long-distance transportation mode called Evacuation. Now the passengers of the service have the opportunity to find a driver to move between the cities of Ukraine. A total of 3,526 trips were made during the first 4 weeks from the launch. Arzinger Law Firm assisted employees and their families in evacuating and accommodating, as well as arranging advance payments. The company has financially supported the Come Back Alive Foundation, its long-established partner, and various volunteer initiatives. Technical equipment and food were handed over to the Kyiv Police Department. Separately, Arzinger joined the information army: partners, advisers, and lawyers of the company attend various conferences and events, presenting the current situation in Ukraine to the international community. Arzinger experts provide free services to charities, as well as advise the Ministry of Infrastructure, the project offices of the Ministry SPILNO and RST, Ukrzaliznytsia, and the Ukrainian Sea Ports Authority. Together with the Multilaw network, Arzinger has created a platform with information for refugees abroad. Arzingers lawyers also set up a separate charity for the military. Besides, the headquarters supplies humanitarian aid to defenders, purchases ammunition, and arranges its delivery. As of April 25, REHAU has delivered more than 35 tons of humanitarian aid to Kyiv and Sumy regions, Malyn district, and the frontline Donetsk region in close cooperation with volunteers and partners. The company provided 5 tons of flour to volunteers who bake bread and deliver it to the combat zones and liberated territories. REHAU actively supports the local territorial defense unit and provided official transport to address logistical issues of the military. Thanks to contributions of 168 thousand euros from foreign colleagues, new humanitarian cargoes continue to be sent to Ukraine, while evacuated Ukrainian families continue to receive assistance. REHAU would like to thank its volunteer friends, including the NGO East and West United, the Church of Emmanuel, the Church of the Evangelical Christian Faith in Khmelnytsky, Dom 2007, Light Drop Structures LLC, O. Horova, and V. Pogorelova. Easter this year coincided with the end of the second month of the war in Ukraine. Therefore, a group of regional gas companies RGC, namely Rivnegaz, Zakarpatgaz, and Lvivgaz, decided to support Ukrainian defenders with Easter delicacies. Volyngas also handed over pastries, dry food, hygiene products, and other essentials to colleagues from Chernihivgaz, who are now intensively restoring gas networks after the shelling of the Russian occupiers. Besides, specialists of JSC Chernivtsigaz and 20 temporarily displaced children from different regions planted 20 flowering trees on the Alley of Peace in Chernivtsi. This became possible in cooperation with the Chernivtsi City Council, in particular the Chernivtsi Trust for Green Economy and PZR. Schneider Electric has donated equipment worth 4 million euros to restore the necessary energy supply in Ukraine. With the support of the Ministry of Energy of Ukraine, public and private companies, including DTEK, will use the equipment to help restore electricity to nearly 1.5 million people. Besides, the Schneider Electric Foundation supports the partner NGO SOS Attitude in organizing a refugee camp in Moldova. The company supports its Ukrainian employees and their families with temporary housing and other needs. In addition to the initial donation of € 1 million, Schneider Electric has launched an internal crowdfunding campaign that allows international employees to donate to their Ukrainian counterparts in unlimited amounts. Zeelandia Ukraine has launched the BAKE4UKRAINE humanitarian mission to help the community of Brovary, where the company is located. Fresh bread, soup, psychological support for citizens, and delivery of humanitarian goods are the focus of the first phase of the mission. Now Zeelandia works on the possibility of implementing the next stage of BAKE4UKRAINE, namely helping entrepreneurs to open mini-bakeries in areas affected by hostilities. CRH has donated € 1 million to UNICEF to set up four Blue Dot centers in border areas capable of supporting 3,000 to 5,000 women & children daily. An evacuation program has been launched for Ukrainian colleagues and their families – their wives, children, parents - to countries of CRH presence - Poland, Romania, and Slovakia. The company provides transfer, accommodation, and financial assistance. CRH companies actively cooperate with the government, volunteers, medical institutions, refugee reception centers, and territorial defense. Literally, in the first days of the war, CRH employees created a group of volunteers on their own initiative. To date, there are 127 employees at the head office and factories, which is 15% of the companys staff in Ukraine. Agrosem farmers continue to work on the sowing, and volunteers deliver food and help those in need. nd that’s not all. Our marathon of stories will be continued. If you want to share how your business supports Ukraine, please contact oksana.myronko@eba.com.ua   More inspiring business stories: 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

It has been already two months of full-scale war, in which Ukraine shows the world an unprecedented example of heroism, resilience, and unity. At the same time, most companies continue to operate and support the country in difficult times. So below are stories from businesses that support Ukrainian defenders, volunteers, and civilians.

From the first day of the war, Lemtrans has been working to ensure the continuity of supply chains for raw materials needed by businesses and to support the country’s economy in difficult times. In the last month, the company delivered 40 tons of flour for the city of Zaporizhia and 2,000 cans of flour for civilians in the Popasna district. Lemtrans also provided fuel and oil, anti-tank hedgehogs, and materials for the Territorial Defense Forces checkpoints. Besides, the company transferred more than UAH 500,000 to the logistics tariff for the delivery of humanitarian goods from Europe to the civilian population. The transfer of UAH 20 million was made in support of Ukrainian soldiers and over UAH 650,000 to the Territorial Defense Forces through a special account of the NBU. Lemtrans delivered more than 2,000 tons of humanitarian aid from Europe to Ukraine as part of a joint initiative of Ukrzaliznytsia, the EBA, Ukrainian and international companies.

DTEK has allocated UAH 324 million in humanitarian aid, and support to the Armed Forces and the Territorial Defense Forces. Together with the Rinat Akhmetov Foundation, the company purchased and donated food to residents of Mykolayiv, Dnipro, Donetsk, and Zaporizhia oblasts. Children’s hospitals in Kyiv are provided with medicines, food, and hygiene products. DTEK also organizes the delivery of generators for autonomous electricity supply to hospitals and local communities. Since the first days of the war, DTEK has been providing free electricity to 150 critical infrastructure institutions – state and municipal medical institutions, military and law enforcement agencies, and bread producers. DTEK Group companies also donated 350 tons of coal for Ukrzaliznytsia. Another 100 tons were transferred for the needs of local communities and heat supply. Also, the company donated 117 vehicles for the needs of the Armed Forces and Territorial Defense for them to perform public protection tasks.

BASF has raised more than € 2.1 million in donations within the #ColleaguesForUkraine initiative. The amount donated will go 100% to BASF colleagues from Ukraine. The company will also add the same amount to the UNO-Flüchtlingshilfe for the support of Ukrainian refugees. In total, BASF will donate more than € 4.2 million to the war victims in addition to the € 1 million in financial aid provided by the company in late February.

Employees and partners of Ukrtransgaz have collected over UAH 2.4 million in military assistance. With these funds, the army was strengthened with the necessary arsenal of equipment and tools. You can learn more about it here.

Uklon has launched the #UklonVolunteer project that provides transportation to volunteers and employees of critical infrastructure in the city. So far, the project has carried out 6,019 volunteer trips and transferred 182,000 portions of food, 7,345 kg of food, 10,000 liters of water, 9,440 liters of fuel, and hundreds of medicinal items and essentials. Besides, Uklon launched a new class of long-distance transportation mode called “Evacuation”. Now the passengers of the service have the opportunity to find a driver to move between the cities of Ukraine. A total of 3,526 trips were made during the first 4 weeks from the launch.

Arzinger Law Firm assisted employees and their families in evacuating and accommodating, as well as arranging advance payments. The company has financially supported the Come Back Alive Foundation, its long-established partner, and various volunteer initiatives. Technical equipment and food were handed over to the Kyiv Police Department. Separately, Arzinger joined the “information army”: partners, advisers, and lawyers of the company attend various conferences and events, presenting the current situation in Ukraine to the international community. Arzinger experts provide free services to charities, as well as advise the Ministry of Infrastructure, the project offices of the Ministry SPILNO and RST, Ukrzaliznytsia, and the Ukrainian Sea Ports Authority. Together with the Multilaw network, Arzinger has created a platform with information for refugees abroad. Arzinger’s lawyers also set up a separate charity for the military. Besides, the headquarters supplies humanitarian aid to defenders, purchases ammunition, and arranges its delivery.

As of April 25, REHAU has delivered more than 35 tons of humanitarian aid to Kyiv and Sumy regions, Malyn district, and the frontline Donetsk region in close cooperation with volunteers and partners. The company provided 5 tons of flour to volunteers who bake bread and deliver it to the combat zones and liberated territories. REHAU actively supports the local territorial defense unit and provided official transport to address logistical issues of the military. Thanks to contributions of 168 thousand euros from foreign colleagues, new humanitarian cargoes continue to be sent to Ukraine, while evacuated Ukrainian families continue to receive assistance. REHAU would like to thank its volunteer friends, including the NGO East and West United, the Church of Emmanuel, the Church of the Evangelical Christian Faith in Khmelnytsky, Dom 2007, Light Drop Structures LLC, O. Horova, and V. Pogorelova.

Easter this year coincided with the end of the second month of the war in Ukraine. Therefore, a group of regional gas companies RGC, namely Rivnegaz, Zakarpatgaz, and Lvivgaz, decided to support Ukrainian defenders with Easter delicacies. Volyngas also handed over pastries, dry food, hygiene products, and other essentials to colleagues from Chernihivgaz, who are now intensively restoring gas networks after the shelling of the Russian occupiers. Besides, specialists of JSC “Chernivtsigaz” and 20 temporarily displaced children from different regions planted 20 flowering trees on the Alley of Peace in Chernivtsi. This became possible in cooperation with the Chernivtsi City Council, in particular the Chernivtsi Trust for Green Economy and PZR.

Schneider Electric has donated equipment worth 4 million euros to restore the necessary energy supply in Ukraine. With the support of the Ministry of Energy of Ukraine, public and private companies, including DTEK, will use the equipment to help restore electricity to nearly 1.5 million people. Besides, the Schneider Electric Foundation supports the partner NGO SOS Attitude in organizing a refugee camp in Moldova. The company supports its Ukrainian employees and their families with temporary housing and other needs. In addition to the initial donation of € 1 million, Schneider Electric has launched an internal crowdfunding campaign that allows international employees to donate to their Ukrainian counterparts in unlimited amounts.

Zeelandia Ukraine has launched the BAKE4UKRAINE humanitarian mission to help the community of Brovary, where the company is located. Fresh bread, soup, psychological support for citizens, and delivery of humanitarian goods are the focus of the first phase of the mission. Now Zeelandia works on the possibility of implementing the next stage of BAKE4UKRAINE, namely helping entrepreneurs to open mini-bakeries in areas affected by hostilities.

CRH has donated € 1 million to UNICEF to set up four Blue Dot centers in border areas capable of supporting 3,000 to 5,000 women & children daily. An evacuation program has been launched for Ukrainian colleagues and their families – their wives, children, parents – to countries of CRH presence – Poland, Romania, and Slovakia. The company provides transfer, accommodation, and financial assistance. CRH companies actively cooperate with the government, volunteers, medical institutions, refugee reception centers, and territorial defense. Literally, in the first days of the war, CRH employees created a group of volunteers on their own initiative. To date, there are 127 employees at the head office and factories, which is 15% of the company’s staff in Ukraine.

Agrosem farmers continue to work on the sowing, and volunteers deliver food and help those in need.

nd that’s not all. Our marathon of stories will be continued.

If you want to share how your business supports Ukraine, please contact oksana.myronko@eba.com.ua

 

More inspiring business stories:

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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