Serhiy Prytula Charity Foundation
Invincible when united!
Boryviter Center of excellence
9500+ trained cadets within 11 training programs
Drones "Eyes in the Sky"
Purchased 5300+ drones
for the Ukrainian army.
Purchased 16 035+ communication devices
for Ukrainian Army
Optics for UA soldiers
Purchased 9040+ units of optics for the Ukrainian military.
Purchased 1111+ vehicles
for Ukrainian military units
Helped UA military units to organize a lot of "surprises" for russian occupiers
Purchased 74+ UAV complexes and 142 UAVs-kamikaze for Ukrainian military units.
Trained 8520+ soldiers in tactical medicine and delivered 54,791+ units of tactical medical equipment to the military.
Trophy armored vehicles
Covered the cost of repairing 23+ units of armored trophy equipment.
Civil Preparedness Center
7294+ citizens throughout Ukraine visited basic military training for civilians
Aid to medical institutions
Medicines and equipment for medical institutions in de-occupied and front-line territories
Urgent humanitarian aid
Providing de-occupied and front-line communities with urgent humanitarian aid, needed to regain access to fullfilling basic human needs.
Equipping heating & connection centres
Providing heating and connection equipment for community's centres in de-occupied and front-line territories.
NEST temporary housing
We join recovery of the de-occupied Ukrainian countryside by providing a prefabricated house for families whose homes were destroyed due to the Russian war.
We have delivered 208 units of equipment worth over $365 000 to address the consequences of infrastructure damage.
received humanitarian aid
covered by humanitarian centre activity
in 12 regions received equipment and supplies
The total amount of donations to the army as of 02/21/23.
for effective strengthening of the Defense Forces
Let's achieve more together!
Year of foundation
Since 2014, Serhiy Prytula has been involved in volunteering to help the Ukrainian army as an individual. In 2020, he and his team created a charitable foundation to provide assistance to medical workers, people with disabilities, and to promote education and inclusion.
After the start of Russia's full-scale invasion, resistance to the enemy became the main task of the entire country. Therefore, the charitable foundation focused on helping the Ukrainian Defense Forces and civilians affected by Russian aggression. Currently, the foundation is working in two directions:
The humanitarian direction cooperates with territorial communities and institutions to provide people wirh necessary assistance to restore a decent life in the liberated and front-line territories.
The military direction provides combat units with communication equipment, optical devices, drones, UAVs, transportation, and tactical medicine supplies.