The volunteer initiative Group35 by greencubator


Third month in a row, greencubator, as everyone in their places, is fighting tirelessly against the Russian invasion and is making every effort to achieve our joint victory! 

  • Since the first days of the war, together with friends from the UCU Business School, Lviv IT community, InSpirito and the Ukrainian Catholic University, the greencubator’s team have formed the volunteer initiative Group 35. The volunteers help the Armed Forces and the Territorial defence with the most necessary tactical equipment.
  • Volunteering that started “on the run” quickly gained momentum, more complex orders and a better understanding of the needs of our brave fighters.
  • After two months of work, the volunteer group has got official registration as the charity fund “Group 35“! The group already has its website. You can learn more about the volunteer initiative, principles of work, current reports, needs, news, etc.
  • Thanks to hundreds of philanthropist contributions, Group 35 has already raised the first million dollars! Every penny was spent on purchasing the most relevant, high-quality tactical issues and their prompt delivery to defenders at the frontline.
  • Group 35 now provides support for paratroopers, sappers and scouts, supply equipment for air defence, purchase scopes for special operation units, and assist other branches of Ukraine’s military.
  • The war is still going on, the Russian horde attacks our cities and villages every day, and the defenders are fighting on the fronts for Ukraine. The Armed Forces are being replenished with recruits, and the newly formed units of the army need help with ammunition, equipment, and tactical stuff to successfully fight the enemy.
  • You can donate Group 35 to support fighters and be sure that your every hryvnia (or other currency) will be invested in our victory as soon as possible.

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