Brother's Brother Foundation’s response to the crisis in Ukraine began in March, 2022 and is ongoing. Current efforts include shipments of medications, supplies and equipment; funding for mental health programs; providing humanitarian relief to those impacted in Ukraine and refugees in Poland; and working with prosthetics clinics.
To date, we have flown more than 550 pallets (equal to 28 shipping containers) of relief supplies to Ukraine.
BBF's ongoing response to the war in Ukraine includes supplying critically needed medications, medical supplies, and humanitarian relief to those impacted in Ukraine itself and to refugees in Poland.
Brother's Brother Foundation is working closely with physicians in the United States and Ukraine to support those suffering from neurological illness in Ukraine.
There are approximately 250,000 people living with epilepsy in Ukraine, 40,000 of those are under 15 years old. During the war, many lost access to therapeutic medications, which can have life threatening complications.
Operation Renew Prosthetics
Operation Renew Prosthetics (ORP) is a program run by Medical Center Orthotics and Prosthetics (MCOP) to provide prosthetics for Ukrainian soldier amputees injured in the ongoing war in Ukraine.
The program operates out of MCOP’s offices on the east coast of the United States and through its European facility in Malta.
Brother’s Brother Foundation proudly partners with organizations worldwide to deliver shipping containers of important medical supplies and equipment to the hospitals and clinics that need it most.
Learn more about our collaborative efforts, international shipping requirements and complete the aid request form by clicking the button below.