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Since the beginning of the Russian Federation's full-scale military invasion, tens of thousands of Ukrainians have suffered severe injuries, a number that continues to rise daily. Estimates suggest that up to 50,000 people have undergone limb amputations since the conflict's onset, necessitating extended periods of high-quality medical care, treatment, and rehabilitation.


To date, approximately 15,000 wounded Ukrainians, including 2,000 children, have been evacuated from front-line hospitals to the city of Lviv. The UNBROKEN Charitable Foundation takes on the crucial responsibility of raising funds for the comprehensive needs of the injured, including treatment, rehabilitation, and reintegration, making their treatment possible at home, in Ukraine.

At the core of the UNBROKEN ecosystem is the National Rehabilitation Center, a one-of-a-kind facility committed to delivering comprehensive medical care to civilians and military personnel, both adults and children, who have experienced limb loss. The center's services encompass emergency care, reconstructive surgery, orthopedics, and cutting-edge robotic prosthetics.


Occupying seven floors and equipped with the latest advancements in recovery technology, the UNBROKEN Center holds the capacity to provide treatment for up to 5,000 Ukrainians annually. This multifaceted approach to care is expertly coordinated by a team of professionals, including surgeons, traumatologists, rehabilitation medicine doctors, physical therapists, psychologists, psychotherapists, occupational therapists, and speech specialists.

Oleksandr Kobzarev

"At the very beginning of the full-scale invasion, some people expected we were going to fall. But we have survived and remain UNBROKEN. We stand united and support each other as an UNBROKEN nation and we aspire to have the world's assistance in this fight!"

By supporting this cause, you are directly contributing to the restoration of mobility and successful reintegration for injured Ukrainians. Your contribution offers a renewed opportunity for an improved quality of life to those who have borne an enormous personal burden in this ongoing conflict.

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