Bank account for support

IBAN: ES07 2100 6805 9302 0006 6471


Association of Help for Ukrainians


Volunteers’ report on the needs of the soldiers (taking into account the experience and wishes of the latter)

  • 1. Packaged food, as in the case of food in jars, it is important that they have a screw cap, it is important to avoid all types of glass jars, because during transport there is a very high chance that they will break and not reach their destination.
  • 2. Stew, canned fish, pâtés – go well, but preferably should be easy open, there are times when you don’t have a knife to open them. It is not necessary to focus on the quality of the products but on the quantity, the more the better.
  • 3. Toothpaste, shampoo, shower gel, shaving foam preferably small in size, we emphasize that they should be small, so we can send more quantities and each soldier can have their own without the need to share.
  • 4. Do not buy peas, wheat or raw rice, it is important that they are precooked foods.
  • 5. Foods like instant noodles or porridge that cook very quickly are fine.
  • 6. Do not buy coffee beans or ground. There are neither machines nor time to do it. The coffee has to be instant, tea or infusion in bags or cappuccino.
  • 7. They ask for tobacco and push-button lighters (guys say they are more reliable).
  • 8. Bars of all kinds. It is comfortable to carry in your pocket.
  • 9. Energy drinks.
  • 10. They ask for candy (to suck on).
  • 11. If you buy medicines, tell the pharmacists that they are for war so that they can order them directly in closed bags: hydrophilic cotton, hydrophilic gauze compresses, syringes 1, 2, 5, 10, analgesics, to reduce fever, for tension, hemostatic.
  • 12. Medicine to be injected directly into the bloodstream (in order to produce a faster effect).

Thank you very much to everyone who helps supports and does not remain indifferent together we will win!


  • Corticosteroids: Urbason, predisone,
  • Thyroids: Euthyrox, Yoduc
  • Antidiabetics: Diamicron, Metformin and others….
  • Barbiturates: diazepam Tranxilium, Orfidal, Lorazepam.
  • Beta-blocker. Cardiac arrhythmia.: Bisoprolol, amlodipine, metoprolol.
  • Gastric protectors, azide regulators: Pantoprazole, omeprazole, Almax, Gaviscon.
  • Intestinal antiseptics: Spiracin., Metronidazole.
  • Hemostatic Coagulants: Amchafibrin in tablets and.injectable.Epistaxol drops, Espongostan patches.
  • Antidiarrheals and absorbents: loperamide (fortasrc, salvacalm) Megasmect and similar.
  • Antispasmotics and vomiting: Motilium, primperan syrup, tablets and injectable!!, Buscopan tablets and injectable!!!
  • Analgesics including morphine and anti-inflammatories: Nolotil, paracetamol, ibuprofen, arcoxia, zaldiar, tramadol and similar.
  • Antiflu: Frenadol adults and children, Bisolgrip forte, Couldina and similar….
  • Nasal and throat spay: Anginovag, robofarina, strefen, …. Respir, respibien, frenasal, rhinovin adults and children.
  • Cough and runny nose: Flumil syrup and pills, Mucosan syrup capsules,
  • Antihistamines: Desloratadine adults and children, Cetirizine, loratadine…. Fenistil gel.
  • Topical anti-inflammatories: Voltaren gel, ibufen cream, Flogoprofen, radio salil, reflex and similar…
  • Burns and fungus creams: Silvederma, furacin, Clotrimazol, lamisil, daktarin.
  • Heat effect creams
  • Healing creams
  • Vitamin «C»


  • Sleeping bag
  • Mattresses/Mattresses/Inflatable mattresses
  • Folding beds
  • Blankets
  • Pillows
  • Towels
  • Linens
  • Heaters
  • Generators of all kinds (+ fuel)
  • Batteries


  • The most important are canned preserves (beans, meatballs, tuna, sardines, etc…)
  • – Nuts
  • – Chocolate without milk
  • – Energy bars
  • – Cookies
  • – Tea and coffee
  • Non-perishable ready-to-eat foods are needed. Any food, prepared canned or similar (NO glass containers)
  • Hygiene kits
  • Soap
  • Shavers
  • Wet wipes
  • Toothpaste (for adults and children)
  • Toothbrushes
  • Kitchen paper
  • Metal tableware
  • Disposable tableware (plates, spoons, knives, glasses)
  • Tanks for storage of drinking and technical water
  • Electric extension cords
  • Detergents and personal hygiene products
  • Active headphones
  • Kerosene lamps, lanterns
  • Electric Kettles
  • Power banks