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Russia spreads conflicts worldwide, and Ukraine needs to stay relevant – Zelenskyy

First armoured ambulance purchased for soldiers through United24 initiative arrives in Ukraine

Olha Kharlan auctions her Barbie copy

Fundraising campaign for 10,000 kamikaze drones closed in 3 days

Journalist from Luxembourg rides on bike to Vinnytsia to help Ukraine

Line-ups announced for football charity match in support of Ukraine

9-year-old musician from Lviv Oblast raises more than US$67,600 for Armed Forces within one year

Ukrainians' donations buy intelligence station worth US$1.1 million

Defence Intelligence reports quantity of Russian military equipment tracked by "people's satellite" ICEYE

Ukraine's Commander-in-Chief inherits US$1 million and donates it to Ukrainian army

1,000 generators for hospitals: UNITED24 ambassadors unite to raise funds

Ukrainian intelligence chief on joint project with Come Back Alive Foundation: Black Box will reduce Russia’s offensive

Ukraine to raise funds for fleet of marine drones – Zelenskyy

Timothy Snyder becomes UNITED24 ambassador, raising funds for "Shahed Hunter"

Ukrainians raise US$54,130 for bulletproof vests for Armed Forces of Ukraine

"Army of drones": Armed Forces of Ukraine receive first 20 Warmate drones — Deputy Minister of Digital Transformation

Warning of fake “Come Back Alive” account. Where to send funds if you want to help?

A fake account for the “Come Back Alive” foundation [that aids Ukraine’s armed forces] was created by unknown individuals to deceive those who want to support the foundation, “Come Back Alive” reports on Facebook.