Charity

Delivering Life Saving Aid to Ukraine

Operation Sunflower

We need your help to deliver food, medical supplies, and critical basic needs immediately to Ukraine

Since the beginning of Russia's full-scale invasion
of Ukraine on February 24, 2022:

148

Children Died

232

Children were injured

1 Million

Children went abroad
with their parents

War in Ukraine

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"With Angeles" Foundation has been helping children affected by the war in Ukraine. Thanks to you, we provide psychological and psychosocial support to children. It helps them overcome the consequences of armed conflict and develop. Today, during the full-scale Russian invasion of Ukraine, we are providing non-stop assistance to affected children and families from all over the country, providing emergency psychological assistance, and assisting in the evacuation process.

Mission

Operation Sunflower (OPSF) is a coalition of American, European, Latin American and Ukrainian commercial and local partners working together to provide critical life-saving aid in Ukraine. OPSF’s objective is to provide immediate delivery of humanitarian aid into Ukraine, including the hardest-to-reach locations. Utilizing OPSF’s unique network and capabilities, OPSF could focus on the following areas:

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Logistics Capabilities

5

3,000

Ukrainian
 logistics partners

Logistics employees
 and volunteers

30 +

Vendors of dry canned goods, dry foods, biscuits, water bottle producers, drug wholesalers, and Meals Ready to Eat producers

350

Vehicles for transportation both in the European Union and in Ukraine.

37,000

M2 of total warehouse capacity in Ukraine and other countries

GoU Partnership and Aid Distribution

aid distribution

In coordination with the Ministry for Reintegration of Temporary Occupied Territories
of Ukraine and many regional, district, and local Ukrainian officials, Operation Sunflower will provide humanitarian aid to the regional administrations, who will coordinate further distribution of the aid through their local councils and volunteer network. Operation Sunflower’s partner, the GoU, will be coordinating the direct delivery of aid with the Ukrainian military and local civil defense forces to provide security for all humanitarian convoys. Therefore, Operation Sunflower can utilize volunteer networks and distribute humanitarian
aid to the following regions:

  • (Kyiv/Kyiv region) Irpin, Bucha, Gostomel and Bila Tserkva District

  • (Khmelnitsky region) Kamenez-Podilsky and Shepetovka District

  • (Kirovohrad Region) Aleksandriskiy and Golovanevskiy District

  • (Rivne Region) Dubnenskiy and Sarnenskiy District

  • (Volyn Region) Rantivskiy and Gorihivskiy District

  • (Kharkiv Region) Pershotravneviy and Kypinskiy Districts

  • (Dnipropetrovsk Region) Nikopolskiy and Pavlogradskiy District

  • (Zhytomyr Region) Malinskiy and Olevskiy District

  • (Odessa Region) Izmailskia nad Bilgorod Dnestrovskiy District

  • (Poltava Region) Lubnianskiy and Khorolskiy District

  • (Chernihiv Region) Bahmach and Negin District

Demonstrated Success

In coordination with the Kyiv local council, on April 5, 7, 11
 , and 14, 2022, OPSF delivered 410,112 Meals Ready to Eat (MREs) equivalent to 276 tons valued at $3,840,000 to Kyiv, Kharkiv, Khmelnytskyi, Dnipro, and Lviv. Each package provides three meals per day per person.

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Partnerships and Relationships

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  • Ocean of Hope, a local Ukrainian NGO, is OPSF’s main local

    aid counterpart

  • Twelve local Ukrainian NGO partnerships serve
    
as aid distributors for OPSF

ukraine solidarity fund
  • Crypto/blockchain initiatives with Ukrainian telecommunication
companies for more creative humanitarian solutions