KSE Foundation announces the start of cooperation with the Data And Aid Tech (D.A.T.A.) initiative, a volunteer community formed of individuals and businesses with roots in data & analytics and technology, established with the goal of supporting charitable efforts in Ukraine.
The large-scale Russian invasion is a challenge for the charitable community. The unique approach of D.A.T.A. to charity in the digital sphere allows us to effectively and quickly build a new network of friends of Ukraine abroad, as well as mobilize resources for humanitarian aid.
The goal of the initiative is to raise $1 million in support for the purchase of first aid kits needed to provide first aid to people affected by the war in Ukraine. For its part, the KSE Foundation team will make every effort to purchase resources and humanitarian aid for citizens of Ukraine in this difficult period, as well as to quickly transfer the collected assistance.
“Support from the digital community is an important area for KSE Foundation. While Russian troops are mercilessly destroying our cities, we, together with D.A.T.A., are breaking down barriers and uniting the world around Ukraine. We are convinced that many of our friends will gladly come to the rescue, and their support will help to save the lives of our citizens,” said Svitlana Denysenko, director of KSE Foundation.
If you wish to help, you can donate via the link — https://fundly.com/donate-100-save-1-life