UFUF War Donor List
$ 75,000 – Askold and Roksolana Lozynskyj;
$ 50,000 – Bohdan and Maria Chaban;
$ 30,378 – Lada Kyj Salonidis;
$ 30,000 – Ulana Steck;
$ 20,000 – The Ukrainian Free University Foundation, The Lozynskyj
$ 10,260 – Jordan Vexler;
$ 8,336.74 – anonymous;
$ 5,000 – Ruslana Rossi, Ivan and Julia Roscishewsky;
$ 3,000 – Roman and Felicity Chaban;
# 1,200 – Andrij and Alla Kletsun;
$ 1,000 – Olga Wolanyk, Vasil Hnatyshyn, Myron Kolodij, Alexander
Bohdanowycz, anonymous, anonymous, anonymous, anonymous,
anonymous, anonymous, anonymous, Motria Chaban, Evhen Kyj;
$ 748.77 – Oksana Bashuk Hepburn;
$ 520 – Alex and Natalia Chernoknyzhny;
$ 600 – Anatole and Halyna Ridky;
$ 500 – Andrew Lastowecky, Ihor Nykoliuk, Volodymyr Chaban,
anonymous, anonymous, anonymous, anonymous, anonymous,
anonymous, Veselka Enterprises, Ltd.;
$ 300 – Louis D'Allessio, Roma Duda, Mark Hatalak;
$ 250 – anonymous, Stephen Geffner;
$ 200 – Vasyl Parashchak;
$ 150 – Borys and Tamara Lewycky;
$ 100 – anonymous, anonymous Oxana Lesiv, Marta Maczaj,
Nicholas Skirka, Jaroslaw and Marika Melnyk;
$ 50 – anonymous, Jaroslaw Dub, Wendy Kidd;
$ 40 – Greg Cearley.
$280,583.51 Total donations received
Donations were used for vehicles, drones, helmets, vests, imagers,
goggles, beds, sleeping bags, knee and elbow pads as follows:
$ 6,000 One hundred twenty helmets for a platoon in Dnipro
transferred through a reputable publication Boristen, purchased in
Ukraine and distributed;
$ 58,000 Seven ambulances through the Ukrainian Free University in
Munich and transported to Ukraine;
$ 95,000 Lviv Defense Cluster for five hundred eighty Level 4
bulletproof vests, of which seventy five were transferred to the 8th and
5th battalions of the Ukrainian Volunteer Army which is defending Ky iv
and Mariupol, one hundred ten to Special Operations. The rest was
allocated to the Military of Ukraine. The specific allocations were
picked up by commanders or their surrogates;
$ 7,336 Miscellaneous (eighty sleeping bags and beds and the like) for
Special Operation battalion from Lviv and Frankivsk) picked up by
$ 1,271.50 Fifty fog vision goggles purchased at Amazon and
transported by carrier for distribution in Ukraine;
$ 7,354 Four thermal vision goggles (three basic and one for sniper)
purchased in Poland and picked up by Ukrainian military.
$ 800.94 Eighty four tactical combat knee and elbow pads.
$ 10,613.08 Four drones with camera, extra battery and memory card
for the Azov battalion.
$ 8,000 Chaplain Sviatoslav Yurkiv, Yavorivsky rayon for purchase
of drones and goggles.
$ 1,200 Drone for Sumska border crossing.
$ 5,663 Transport of humanitarian aid from Spain to Rev. Mykola
Ilnytzky, Kyiv oblast.
$ 6,200 Cadillac to be covered with armor plates and miscellaneous
expenses (bullet proof vests) for military transport in Odessa.
$ 4,872.55 Ten variety thermal imaging cameras through Poland.
$ 1,733.20 Twenty five emergency trauma kits.
$ 10,000 Joint purchase in the United Kingdom of armored personnel
$ 1,106.44 Twenty five Walker razor thin electronic muffs personally
$ 4,499.40 Twenty drone batteries for Azov Battalion.
$ 12,883 Fifteen two way radios Motorola DP4401e purchased in
Poland for Kharkiv.
$ 24,467 Twenty two thermal imagers, telescopes, riflescopes,
collimators for military intelligence.
$267,000.11 Total expenditures
Balance on hand $ 13,583.40.
Please send your contributions by check to UFUF, 136 Second Avenue,
NYC 10003 or wire Routing number 226078379 Account 7616 or by
going to ufuf.org and donating through PayPal. We will account for
every dollar received.
July 8, 2022
Askold S. Lozynskyj President UFUF
Ruslana Rossi Treasurer