UAH 620 million worth of assistance: what was transferred by the NGO Techiia Foundation to Ukraine’s defenders
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Forbes has made research on how much money the richest Ukrainians donated to help the defenders of Ukraine and the victims of the full-scale Russian invasion of Ukraine. This list was compiled to motivate businesses to help the country.
Immediately after the Russian invasion of Ukraine, TECHIIA Holding launched an extensive program to support Ukraine's freedom. Employees, international partners, and world-famous influencers do everything to bring victory.
Business portal and "TOP-100. Rankings of the largest" magazine have compiled a ranking of companies that help Ukraine in various ways during the war. The list includes more than 30 companies with TECHIIA Holding among them.
A manufacturer of air monitoring services, Culver Aviation, which is part of the TECHIIA holding, has opened the first enrollment to UAV operator training courses.
The war forced top managers of Ukrainian companies to reconsider their plans and restructure their businesses under extreme pressure. In a column for SPEKA, JMIND CEO (part of TECHIIA Holding) Olena Shostak talks about how values and business directions change during major shocks.
Model, writer, nutritionist, and speaker Maye Musk showed her support for Ukraine. During an interview with the Techiia Foundation, she shared her expectations that Ukraine shall soon be even more successful.
The Techiia Foundation and the IT Dnipro Community, Dnipro’s IT cluster, are joining forces to raise funds, hold joint projects and purchase humanitarian aid for the defenders of Ukraine and victims of war.
The Techiia Foundation donated UAH 400,000 to provide hot lunches to the police, rescuers, territorial defense, patients of Kyiv hospitals, as well as refugees from Bucha, Irpin, and Hostomel’.
Culver Aviation, part of TECHIIA Holding, an aerial monitoring solutions developer, handed over two SKIF UAVs of its own production worth UAH 1.6 million to the defenders of Ukraine.
The circus duo took part in the filming of a promo video for TECHIIA Motorsports, with the Ukrainian flag as the leitmotif.
American film director Roland Emmerich ("2012", "The Day After Tomorrow", "Independence Day") will make a movie or TV series in Ukraine about the struggle of Ukrainians for the freedom of their country and the whole civilized world. He stated these intentions during the filming of his video statement in support of Ukraine.
20% of each car-sharing order will be used to purchase bulletproof vests and helmets for Ukrainian defenders.