Serhiy Prytula has been helping the army as a private volunteer since Russia began its occupation of Crimea and Donbas. At first, he helped with equipment, armor, and food. Subsequently, he began to provide units with high-precision equipment, drones and equipment for command posts.
In 2020, during the pandemic, Serhiy created a Charitable Fund for non-military assistance, which was headed by Anna Gvozdyar. At the same time, Serhiy continued to help the army as a private individual.
In February 2022, when Russia launched a full-scale invasion, the foundation immediately expanded: we opened a military headquarters to help the military and a humanitarian headquarters for civilians. For efficient transportation and storage of goods from all over the world, we have opened 4 logistics centers in the cities of Ukraine and 1 center in Przemyśl (Poland). The head office of the Fund is located in Kyiv, str. Olesya Honchara, 65.
Currently, the military headquarters is focused on providing the Ukrainian army with means of communication, optical devices, drones, UAVs, transport and means of tactical medicine for the military.
The humanitarian headquarters provides assistance to civilians in the occupied territories and within a radius of 70 kilometers from the front line. A separate direction of the headquarters is the "NEST" project, with the mission of bringing life back to de-occupied towns and villages by providing people with free mobile homes on their land.