For the fifth time, Farmak held a charity event “I work one day for the Army”, within which willing employees can donate part of their wages to the needs of the Armed Forces of Ukraine. The first charity fundraiser was initiated in 2014.
This time about 800 employees donated UAH 2.4 million. The Zhebrivsky Family Charitable Foundation* also joined the fundraiser, and thanks to additional funds, 27 quadcopters worth more than UAH 6.7 million were purchased. In particular, 12 Mavic 3T quadcopters, 4 Mavic 3 quadcopters, and 11 Autel Evo Max 4T quadcopters were handed over to our defenders.
In total, the Zhebrivsky Family Charitable Foundation allocated over UAH 10 million to support the Army in August, and since the beginning of the full-scale invasion, this assistance has amounted to more than UAH 95 million.
*The Zhebrivsky Family Charitable Foundation and the Farmak company are part of the Zhebrivsky family’s activities and are responsible for the family’s charitable and business activities.
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