Can you donate a car to help Ukraine?

Do you have a car you could donate to help Ukraine? They are currently looking for vehicles to support the Armed Forces of Ukraine and Ukrainian rescuers and doctors.

Since the beginning of the full-scale war, this team of vounteers has organised the transfer of 18 vehicles from Spain, Italy, and Poland. One car from Ukraine and one from Germany were also given to the team as gifts. These cars have already been transferred.

The team helps organise the purchase, maintenance, and transfer of vehicles to other volunteer groups on a turnkey basis.

More than 100,000 euros (about UAH 4,000,000) have also been entrusted to them in one form or another. The founders of the organization post all the reports on their Facebook page. You can find photos and a complete spending history with costs and receipts there.

The volunteers are grateful for any support you can give Ukraine

The team are grateful to everyone who donates, the team, their partners, and everyone who spends at least a minute of their time or one hryvnia from their budget for a common cause. It helps them to keep going.

If you have a car that you want to donate to save lives in Ukraine, they are ready to provide the whole process on a turnkey basis, including:

  • Paperwork
  • Transfer
  • Maintenance
  • Report

They guarantee that the car will be transferred as a form of humanitarian aid, and they will provide your with all documentation and reports. At your request, they can share your name on the car and social networks.

If you have a vehicle you don’t need and want to help, you can fill out the form at, and they will contact you for further details.

You can also help the project by providing financial help:

  • UAH PRIVAT: 5168752005654333 
  • UAH MONO: 5375414139777584  
  • USDT TRC20: TSfcb148SfXJdbBHdvQJhtePJzCmpSWAUg 
  • Paypal: 
  • Wise: 
  • IBAN: DE08100110012620163767

Why are we posting this?

We work with a number of Ukrainian companies, all of whom have been impacted by the war in their country. We can’t imagine what life must be like for the people who work for them and their families. One contact asked if we would share this with our readers, and we were happy to do so.

Photo by Yurii Khomitskyi