There is a fleet of 400 volunteer-driven cars for immediate evacuation of specific targets. In addition, 4 big 50-passengers buses, 2 Ambulance vehicles, and 15 large 20-passengers vans were purchased to increase the capacity of evacuation of those without transportation, primarily from war zone cities such as Kyiv, Nikolaev, Chernihiv, Kharkiv, Mariupol, and Zaporizhzhia. Going east these cars deliver food and medical aid to people who are trapped in bomb shelters. Going west, these cars evacuate people to the west part of Ukraine.
119 Help Centers are operating across 3 states of Ukraine in Khmelnitsky, Ternopil, and Zakarpattia, located in churches, gyms, offices, homes, and schools. Over 12,000 people pass through these centers every day receiving food and basic needs. 20 of them receive 100% financial and food assistance daily. 40 of them receive support every 3-4 days. The rest are regularly checked on and supported based on their need. For some Help Centers one time assistance is provided such as 2,000 sleeping bags and pads, 180 twin mattresses, 20 electric generators, 100 portable gas stoves, 500 water filters for 1,000,000L, and other essential items.
A well-organized distribution process is established from collecting and purchasing the aid in Europe, delivering it to Romania, sorting it, and moving it to storage in Ukraine and Moldova. The command help center contacts everyone on the list to find when and what they need. Volunteer drivers help to get it to the final destination. From there, volunteers on cars and foot go to apartments, basements, shelters to provide groups with supplies. Forty-four trucks delivered 584 tons of aid. 81,000 people received 7kg (15lb) food packages in Help Centers, 15 hospitals, distribution hubs, and partnering ministries locations. There is a capacity to receive 10 trucks / 40ft containers of 200 tons each day.
There are 31 Help Centers in Romania, Poland, and Moldova who provide temporary living for 30 days. Besides basic human needs for existence, there are teams of volunteers who provide sports, school, creativity, and discovery classes for children every day. There are trauma and stress healing groups for women and men.
The refugees are provided with a network of trusted housing in Western Europe: Italy, Germany, Latvia, Portugal, the Netherlands, etc. for up to 6 months.
The Media Center collects and broadcasts stories of hope and partnership of different organizations and individuals. Also it creates media products for BigBoards to promote messages of hope and stop messages of hate. There are 40 Big Boards that already serve this purpose.