Help a person from Ukraine recover

About us

"Health Patrons" is a young initiative founded by three Kyiv-Mohyla Academy graduates: Oryna Chubych, Svitlana Myrylenko and Viktoria Kuchirka. Our mission is to help the people who have lost their health because of the war. We connect Ukrainian men and women, injured due to the war unleashed by Russia, with families in Europe and the USA - "patrons" who are ready to support their treatment or rehabilitation financially.

How does it work?

We work with the wounded, who need help and patrons that are ready to provide it. We facilitate direct, personal assistance. This way the patrons can help the wounded and rest assured they are supporting the treatment and rehabilitation of real people who need their help the most.

Become a patron

Right now you can help one specific person who needs you. We connect you directly with injured people who need financial support during treatment and rehabilitation. If the injured person does not have the possibility to receive funds and report on their use independently, the patrons can transfer the funds directly to the hospital where the person is. We will make sure that all the money goes to the treatment of this particular victim. Together we will report to the patron about its use.

Your contribution can help

Provide high-quality diagnostics

Improve treatment conditions

Speed up recovery

Ways to help

One-time money transfer

Such help is especially needed in the initial stages to ensure quality diagnosis, surgical intervention, etc.

Continuous financial support

A lot of people need rehabilitation and your regular support will help the injured come back to life step by step.

Provide consultation and direct support for the wounded

Some of the wounded are undergoing rehabilitation abroad, where they need help on the spot - with documents, translation, and provision of needs. It is also very valuable.

Do you want to help a specific person?

More cases...

Contact us via the email address or fill out the Patron form

Payment details

You can transfer any comfortable amount to our card or directly to the the monobank 'stash'

Transfers within Ukraine
Monobank card:
4441 1111 5066 7289

Need help?

Contact us if:

  • you or your relatives suffered as a result of Russian aggression, you are currently in Ukraine and you need financial assistance during treatment or rehabilitation
  • you have a wartime injury and currently are being treated abroad, and you need any kind of help

You could also send us a mail or text us on any messenger.

Who we've already helped


Stepan (name was changed because of security reasons) is a young soldier whose mother contacted us by filling out a questionnaire on the website. Stepan needed a wheelchair during rehabilitation. We had found a new wheelchair and organized its transportation to the family of the injured. We are constantly in touch with his mother, and on August 19, we learned that Stepan began to feel one of his toes.

Dmytro, military medic

Dmytro is a military medic. He was severely injured under the shelling: a blast injury of the right hand, damage to the nerves of the fingers, and a wound to the shoulder. In the 'Dobrobut' clinic, Dmytro had surgery: revision of the wounds of the right hand, the median nerve, and the suture of the digital nerves of the I-II fingers. Funding was provided by his patron Pavlo from Kyiv, who paid for Dmytro's postoperative stay and medical treatment at a cost of about UAH 9,000 (~$250). Dmytro is currently undergoing rehabilitation and will be able to resume his official duties later. His patron Pavlo still keeps in touch with him.

Serhiy, military man

Serhiy is a young soldier who is fighting cancer, stage 4. We’ve received a request from Serhiy thanks to cooperation with the Kyiv Military Hospital and agreed on the provision of palliative care in a department of the private clinic. Several patrons have supported Serhii directly: patrons from the Czech Republic, Germany, Ukraine, and the USA transferred funds to Serhii's account directly - painkillers and antibiotics were purchased. The patrons also provided him with moral support. Our 'golden' patrons, Kazimierz and Marta from Poland, entirely covered the stay in the palliative care department at the 'Dobrobut' clinic - over 1400 USD.