Relief Share Volunteers Deliver Medical  Donations to Ukraine 

Relief Share’s donations made it to Ukraine, thank you to community healthcare supporters. 

Please come back for updates about more medical and humanitarian donations.

 War crimes committed by Russia cannot be forgotten,  please see this article about Mariupol: 

  https://www.nytimes.com/2022/09/01/magazine/ukraine-mariupol-theater.html  

 

 

Relief Share gets 2 tons of medical supplies – donated by local healthcare facilities – to Ukraine

“A Miracle in 24 Hours”

Thank you to Technology Conservation Group (TCG), an electronics recycling company based in Lecanto, for generously donating storage space and use of the loading dock to Relief Share.

Relief Share recently delivered 2 tons of medical and first-aid supplies into a truck headed for an airlift to Ukraine. The supplies, collected from area healthcare facilities, were sorted, inventoried, and packed by student volunteers.

Thank you to our hospital, home health agency, and medical partners in Citrus, Hernando, and Pasco counties.
The airlift was among several ongoing humanitarian shipments arranged by St. Mary Protectress Ukrainian Catholic Church in Apopka, Florida. Relief Share partnered with the church and the Ukrainian Foundation with help of  Yulia Brockdorf .

Fr. Roman Kuzminskyi, Volodomyr Polusmak   pictured in front of our donations at St. Mary Church, Apopka in April. 

Supporting Local Medical Professionals

Local Nurse Practitioner Deirdre Sweeney recently traveled to Poland as part of a medical mission group to provide healthcare to Ukrainian refugees in Warsaw. Relief Share provided Deirdre with a large suitcase filled with medical and first-aid donations.

 

For more information on how to support our efforts to get medical supplies and equipment to those who need it most, visit Relief Share Florida Facebook, email, or call or text 352-697-1512.

 
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