Our goal is to save lives by supplying Ukraine with high-quality tactical medical kits. These kits are used by Ukrainian Combat Medics in their daily fight to keep brave soldiers and civilians alive. They know firsthand that access to a modern, well-stocked medical kit can mean the difference between life and death.

As the war continues and supplies run low, it's more important than ever that we keep supporting Ukrainians in their fight for freedom. Stand together to save the brave by donating today.

What's inside?

Not your average first-aid kitPacked with emergency supplies that are designed for use in life-threatening combat situations.

Tactical Medical Kit

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One-handed tourniquet, which has proven to be 100% effective in occluding blood flow in both upper & lower extremities by the U.S. Army's Institute of Surgical Research.

GEN 7 CAT Tourniquets

Compressed, rolled gauze that is sterile and highly absorbent, used as backing gauze for hemostatic dressings or wound bandaging - an essential item for a tactical medical kit.

NAR Compressed Gauze

Helps manage patients presenting signs and symptoms of a tension pneumothorax.

ARS for Needle Decompression

Ensures unobstructed breathing for semi-conscious or unconscious patients with an intact gag reflex.

Nasopharyngeal Airway, 28F

Protects an injured eye from further damage, which can be the difference between saving or losing sight.

Fox Eye Shield

This "Israeli bandage" is a specially designed first-aid device that helps stop bleeding from wounds caused by traumatic injuries.

Trauma Dressing

Soft-grip, non-slip contoured handles provide maximum control (even when wet), clothing lift lip and rounded tip provide the ultimate patient safety.

Trauma Shears

These are designed with 3-vented channels that allow air to escape the chest cavity during exhalation but prevent airflow from entering through the injury site during inhalation.

Hyfin Chest Seal

* The item list and quantities per kit are subject to change according to the needs at the time


Shipment 6

Oct 30, 2023
Date: Aug 28, 2023
Amount: $5,303
Destination: EASTERN FRONT
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Date: Apr 28, 2023
Amount: $6,918
Destination: BAKHMUT
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Date: Feb 29, 2023
Amount: $8,470
Destination: EASTERN FRONT
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Date: Feb 17, 2023
Amount: $3,062
Destination: EASTERN FRONT
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Date: Aug 27, 2022
Amount: $2,977
Destination: Kherson and Eastern Front
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One medical kit can save multiple lives



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Let's provide high-quality medical kits to those who need them most.

Together, we can aid the people of Ukraine weather this difficult time.

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Saved Lives

"After the missile attack, civilians were trapped under the rubble. We had to react immediately to determine the degree of an injury and then act accordingly. I saw a man with no signs of injury; he said everything was okay but I saw he had traces of blood on his back. As it turned out, he had a splinter wound in his back, which caused a pneumothorax. Luckily, that day I had a hyfin chest seal."
"I only had a basic shoulder bag, which replaced a backpack, with a handful of bandages, cotton rolls and some eye shields. In the middle of the night, there was an air raid alert, and then an explosion. I began to model the situation in my head and realized that I couldn't provide proper assistance to the guys in an emergency. Not because I don't know how to, but because I possessed only a basic bag with not enough supplies. I was lacking hemostatic agents (blood-stopping drug), tourniquets, and eye shields. Even if all the first-aid kits we had were combined, it would not be enough. That time we got lucky, but no one knows what will happen tomorrow."
"None of the items in the medical kit should be underestimated. We had a case where we barely saved a girl who was suffering from hyperthermia. She could have died because she did not have a basic thermal blanket in her first-aid kit. The only reason she survived is because medics were in the area."