Dec 06, 2022

Farmak provided assistance to the Army for more than UAH 45 million


Quadcopters, cars, generators, medicines, and radio stations are just a part of the assistance provided by the Farmak company and the Zhebrivski Family Charitable Foundation of the Army. This support has been stable since 2014. Since the beginning of the full-scale war of the russian federation against Ukraine, it has grown even more and today it has reached over UAH 45 million for the period of 9 months.

In particular, 66 unmanned aerial vehicles totaling more than half a million dollars have already been handed over to our defenders; 21 vehicles, 12 generators, 23 radios, and everything you need for living from metal beds to blankets and gas stoves. Farmak also provides the military with medicines, medical equipment, body armor, ballistic helmets, other personal protective equipment, thermal underwear, camouflage kits, smartphones, tablets, and technical and navigation equipment. 60 employees of the company serve in the Armed Forces of Ukraine, and they are also equipped with everything necessary.

“Being together against cruelty and terrorism is our only way out. The better equipped our fighters are, the closer victory is to us, the more lives of Ukrainians we can save. We are grateful to our military for the opportunity to work today and supply the population of Ukraine with medicines. Support for the Army is one of the company’s priorities. And we will help as long as the enemy remains on our territory,” says Filya Zhebrovska, Chairwoman of the Farmak Supervisory Board, founder of the Zhebrivski Family Charitable Foundation.

The constant support of the educational sphere does not end with the war either. This year, Farmak and the Zhebrivski Family Charitable Foundation allocated UAH 600,000 to equip shelters in 3 schools in Kyiv and Zhytomyr region, provided funds for summer holidays in the camp for the children of our soldiers, and purchased school supplies for students of the village of Kolychivka, Chernihiv region, which was one of the first to suffer from the aggression of the russian army.

*Successor of the Farmak Charitable Foundation

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