How we work

Thanks to tremendous support of our partners and the project model,
$1 of your donations enables us to ship to Ukraine
$25-27 of medical equipment and supplies.
Process preparing for a new shipment
Project CURE, our supply partner, collects surplus medical supplies and equipment from hospitals in different areas of the USA, and stocks them in their warehouses.
Our volunteer, certified by Project CURE, goes to Ukraine and performs in-person assessment of Ukrainian recipient hospitals’ needs. The volunteer works with the head doctors and business managers of recipient hospitals to ensure that the hospitals have trained MDs and existing infrastructure to work with the medical equipment provided by our non-profit.
“Support Hospitals in Ukraine” raises $23,000 per container to fund only two types of expenses:
(i) Project CURE operating costs and (ii) shipment to Ukraine.
Upon receipt of the funds, Project CURE packs a 40-ft container by matching receiving hospital’s request (compiled by a certified volunteer in conjunction with senior receiving hospital staff) and inventory on hand.
Once the supplies are selected, the final packing list is sent to the customs broker of our registered partner non-profit in Ukraine, who uses it to get humanitarian aid duty-free designation for the contents of the container from the Ukrainian government.
The container is shipped by sea, clears customs duty-free in Ukraine, and is released to the recipient hospitals. Hospitals’ officials sign receipt paperwork. A volunteer from “Support Hospitals in Ukraine” goes to each recipient hospital to ensure proper equipment transfer and ongoing follow-up.


Razom Annual Meeting 2018, New York City
October 13, 2018

‘Support Hospitals in Ukraine’ participated at the 2018 Razom Annual Meeting

Support Hospitals in Ukraine was presented at the 2018 Razom Annual Meeting in New York City on October 13, 2018.

Vitaliy Dubil provided an update on the results of the partnership between the humaniterian project and NGO Razom for Ukraine in 2018, as well as plans for the next four years.

May 22, 2018

4th shipment delivered to Ukraine

$740,000 is the value of the humanitarian medical cargo from the USA that was delivered to Dnipro today.

The medical equipment and supplies were transferred to four hospitals in Kyiv, Dnipro, and Zaporizhya. The cargo has valuable equipment, such as X-Ray unit C-arm, Ultrasound Diagnostic equipment, ICU beds, different surgery and neurosurgery kits, and others.

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March 30, 2018

National Competition “Charitable Ukraine 2017”

We are pleased to share exciting news! The charitable project “Support Hospitals in Ukraine” won in the national competition “Charitable Ukraine 2017” in the category “Charity in Health Care”.

‘Angel of Kindness’, the main award for a winner in each category, recognizes achievements of non-profit initiatives in different spheres of life. We are thrilled to be among numerous distinguished charitable initiatives from Ukraine and overseas.

January 26, 2018

Loaded fourth 40-ft container with humanitarian medical cargo

Today we loaded our fourth 40-ft container with the humanitarian medical equipment for hospitals in Ukraine at Project C.U.R.E.’s warehouse in Denver, Colorado (USA). During the next 5 weeks, our logistic partner Dnipro LLC will deliver this container to Ukraine, where its cargo will be distributed among hospitals in Dnipro, Kyiv, and Zaporizhzhya.

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Our impact

Cimdex is a platform that empowers social change. As our trusted evaluation partner, Cimdex kindly provided its unique impact framework as an evidence-based foundation for social impact measurement and quantification of Support Hospitals in Ukraine’s results.

Our latest overall Social Impact Score is a whooping 948 out of 1000! Based on the comparison analysis, we got one of the top scores across the impact areas we specialize in. The score takes into consideration our effectiveness as a nonprofit initiative and compares our parameters across the Health Care sector.

As of today, our total social impact is at US$2.34 million, and will keep growing with every delivered humanitarian cargo.

The tremendous Social Return on Investment (SROI) of more than 2600% (!) is sustained by our personal commitment to this initiative and incredible minimization of costs, as well as an innovative operational model and partnerships with numerous stakeholders that land us at $28 in impact per every invested US dollar (IPID)**.

With the help of Cimdex-powered impact measurement tools, we are able to visualize our results and predict our impact potential in the near- and mid-term future. We are changing the world for the better here and now. Be a part of this transformation!

* S$ stands for social US dollars, an indirect currency comparison unit
** A significant portion of operational expenses is not factored in the calculation of SROI, as those expenses are covered by our partners in the form of in-kind contribution and provided free of charge

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Voice of America about “Support Hospitals in Ukraine” and IE EPIC Award – Washington, DC

IE EPIC Awards 2017: From an Idea to $1.6 mln of Delivered Humanitarian Medical Cargo – Madrid, Spain

VIDIA: Гуманітарний проект “Підтримка лікарень України” – три роки допомоги (Інфографіка) (March 11, 2017)

За три з половиною роки свого існування проект Support Hospitals in Ukraine, створений українцями у США, відправив в Україну три 40-футових контейнери з 1,6 млн доларів гуманітарного медичного вантажу для лікарень.

«У той час, як ми готуємося до відправки нашого 4-го контейнеру в партнерстві з Razom for Ukraine’s “Co-Pilot Project”, було цікаво подивитися на пройдений шлях та розвиток нашої ініціативи… За цей час ми мали честь працювати з багатьма партнерами в США та Україна, які зробили неоціненний вклад успіх нашої справи», – зазначив Віталій Дубіль. This IE EMBA Is Tackling The Humanitarian Crisis In Eastern Ukraine (January 12, 2017)

Whether it’s in or out of headlines, the Ukraine crisis continues. According to the UN, almost ten thousand have died since the conflict started in April 2014, and tens of thousands more have been left wounded.

“There’s a huge humanitarian crisis in Ukraine,” he says. “Most of our hospitals are underfunded by the state and have been since the restoration of Ukraine’s independence 25 years ago.

Global Ukraine: За Останні Три Роки у США Сформувалась Нова Генерація Українців-Волонтерів (January 26, 2016)

Для того, щоб зробити більш ефективним процес створення комунікаційної платформи, у інтерв’ю ми питаємо українських лідерів закордоном про їхні прагнення, проекти, взаємодію з українською державою та громадянським суспільством, про інші актуальні виклики і загрози, що стоять перед усіма нами. Для кращого розуміння ситуації у США ми звернулись до Віталія Дубіля, безперечно глобального та проактивного українця, що живе та працює у столиці Сполучених Штатів

VIDEO: 1621 injured from ATO received medical help from Ukrainian diaspora (August 9, 2015)

В Дніпропетровську лікарню імені Мечникова та військовий шпиталь доставили черговий контейнер з медичним обладнанням зі США на суму майже 700,000 доларів.

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DEPO Dnipro: Трансатлантичне волонтерство дніпробандерівців (July 19, 2015)

Українці у США відправляють в Україну півмільйонні партії медичного обладнання: продають власні автівки, передають весільні кошти, влаштовують аукціони.

За останні півроку в дніпропетровські лікарні доправляють уже другий контейнер із хірургічним обладнанням із США. Проектом “Support hospitals in Ukraine” (“Підтримка лікарень в Україні”) на іншому континенті опікуються двоє українців: Віталій Дубіль з Дніпропетровська та Павло Федоренко з Запоріжжя.

VIDIA: Зі США в Україну повезли медобладнання на півмільйона доларів (February 5, 2015)

26 тон медичного обладнання та інвентарю на суму 468 750 доларів відправили українські волонтери зі США у медзаклади Дніпропетровська.

Контейнер з медобладнанням доправлять у Дніпропетровську обласну клінічну лікарню імені Мечникова та Дніпропетровський базовий військовий госпіталь. Частина допомоги буде розподілена між шпиталями поблизу зони АТО, щоб забезпечити вояків на передовій усім необхідним.


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Thank you for supporting our humanitarian initiative!
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Vitaliy Dubil
Co-Founder and Manager

Washington, DC
Pavlo Fedorenko

Pavlo (Pasha) Fedorenko

Washington, DC
Jeannie Slater Martin

Jeannie Slater Martin

Fort Worth, TX
Serge Sementsov

Serge Sementsov
Social Impact Advisor

Washington, DC

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