Helping the army: how much money Ukrainians have donated to the Armed Forces
Ukrainian citizens' support for the Ukrainian Armed Forces has become an impressive manifestation of unity and support in the face of an important historical challenge. Find out more about the amount of money Ukrainians have donated to the Armed Forces of Ukraine
Since the beginning of the invasion on the territory of Ukraine, citizens have been supporting our defenders in various ways. Financial contributions are one of the most common methods of assistance, as Ukrainians have sent significant amounts to charity accounts.
Here's a look at how much people have donated to the Armed Forces of Ukraine.
Donations to support the army: how much have Ukrainians donated so far?
According to the Strategic Command of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, since the beginning of the full-scale war, Ukrainians have contributed more than UAH 100 billion to support the army.
It is noted that during the period from February 2022 to May 2023, banks, private companies and ordinary citizens donated more than UAH 99 billion for defense and humanitarian aid to the Armed Forces of Ukraine.
In particular, during the first three quarters of 2023, charitable foundations that regularly receive funds from Ukrainians transferred about UAH 12.5 billion to support the Armed Forces and other military units.
As a result, the total amount of financial support from Ukrainians since the start of the full-scale invasion exceeds UAH 100 billion.
Read more about how a real culture of donations was born in Ukraine and why Ukrainians have become one of the most united nations in the world in our article here.
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