Crisis Relief: ukraine

In February 2022, MedWish International launched our efforts to respond to critical medical supply shortages and other basic emergency needs resulting from the humanitarian crisis in Ukraine.

Due to the nature of our work and connections with our long-standing recipient organizations in Ukraine, MedWish was able to respond to the humanitarian crisis in Ukraine just days after conflict began.

impact overview

February 2022 - October 2023

K+
total Pounds distributed
$M
estimated aid shipped
total orders Fulfilled

From CLE to Ukraine

When MedWish, along with Medworks, organized a supply drive in March 2022, streams of people drove in to donate, handing toiletries over to volunteers braving frigid temperatures. The generosity never stopped. Neither did the thank you.

This was not simply disaster relief. MedWish was at work in Ukraine before and will be after the fighting ends. Since February 2022, MedWish has partnered with 20 organizations coordinating nearly 150 shipments in Ukraine.

Click on the video to the left to learn more about our efforts to support those in need.

MedWish International is responding to critical medical supply shortages and other basic emergency needs resulting from the humanitarian crisis in the Ukraine.

Because of our long-standing Ukrainian partners, MedWish is able to distribute medical supplies and equipment as well as basic emergency supplies to relief organizations in Ukraine and surrounding countries directly assisting those impacted by the emergency.

Here are a few ways you can support these efforts:

Hear from our Recipients

“This has given me a renewed sense of purpose and allowed me to personally support those in need. MedWish’s work in providing these desperately needed supplies is critical and has, by all reports, saved and improved lives all over Ukraine.”

Chuck Ikins, The Canada Way

"On behalf of all Ukrainian people, I want to thank you for supplying us with all of this. We have wheelchairs and mattresses, walkers….and everything else which is very, very needed in Ukraine right now.“

Recipient Organization in Ukraine

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