Unity for Freedom, a non-profit organization founded in 2022, was designed to organize resources and relief for Ukraine and Ukrainian refugees more efficiently following the invasion and war of 2022.
Strategic management from entrepreneurs such as Alexander Rekeda ensures that essentials are supplied to the people of Ukraine as efficiently as possible and provides a centralized chance to aid with immediate needs such as food, housing, and water, as well as with long-term rebuilding efforts.
By offering immediate assistance and preparation for the days after the war, Unity for Freedom is prepared to assist Ukrainians in surviving the battle and emerging from it with the tools necessary to combat the long-term repercussions of living through armed conflict.
Unity for Freedom antecedents
Within a few months of the beginning of the war in Ukraine in February 2022, Alexander sought a more efficient approach to collect and distribute relief to the Ukrainian people. After donating to numerous relief groups through different methods, he formed the Unity for Freedom charity with a group of friends to give supplies faster and at a lower cost than more considerable charitable funds.
Through the pooling of resources, streamlined management, and the creation of on-the-ground links in Ukraine, Unity for Freedom responds rapidly to new crisis hotspots and concerns while keeping an eye on sustaining resources and long-term need.
The struggle for Ukrainian independence is not limited to Ukraine alone. It is a global struggle for Freedom, and the non-profit assists individuals on the frontlines to better survive the obstacles by providing as many basic necessities as possible.
How the non-profit organization responds
Unity for Freedom strives to target needs more strategically by maintaining daily contact with individuals in Ukraine who can report the most pressing needs, aid in the procurement and distribution of materials, and organize activities. Greater emphasis is placed on delivering aid to regions close to the front lines of the battle.
Due to the dynamic nature of the conflict, these requirements have fluctuated over the past few months, including addressing problems in remote areas with limited access due to army movements and assisting in war-torn cities with broken supply chains restricting access to essential products.
In light of the destruction of homes by Russian bombers, addressing the current housing problem is also a significant priority. The organization is aiding local efforts to ensure that displaced Ukrainians have quick access to basic shelter and a more permanent living arrangement as soon as possible.
Who receives support?
Assistance provision is complex in times of peace and requires meticulous coordination in times of catastrophe. Alexander Rekeda assists in supervising the organization's day-to-day operations to guarantee that individual needs are efficiently handled.
The non-profit organization assists local organizations aiding orphans, war-torn families, and wounded citizens in need of medical and psychological care. The essential requirements, such as rehabilitation and basic needs, are addressed first, with schooling and housing serving as the second level of care.
In order to address immediate needs, as many commodities and resources as possible must be purchased locally so that food, medical supplies, and other basics can be distributed as rapidly as possible during any gaps in the delivery of international relief.
Frequently, the most effective means of distribution involves the use of highly local organizations. Unity for Freedom seeks to assist in regions where large-scale assistance organizations are less responsive, or residents lack the means to reach a more central distribution location.
What about care for the elderly?
The management of long-term needs will involve the deliberate allocation of funding to local projects that address the needs of the Ukrainian people during the reconstruction of their life.
When pressing requirements permit, the creators of Unity for Freedom, such as Alexander Rekeda, are committed to laying aside funds to fulfill ongoing demands and, eventually, to aid in the challenges of rebuilding towns, neighborhoods, and homes.
In addition to employing Rekeda's experience, a network of other professionals, including legal consultants and business experts, serve on United for Freedom's board to guarantee the organization's long-term goals are realized.
Considerations will include the distribution of essential supplies, such as construction materials, the coordination of competent laborers, and the establishment of needs-based criteria to guarantee that long-term resources are delivered equitably to those with the greatest need. Also under consideration is empowering local organizations through monetary donations and other forms of assistance to assist them in achieving their objectives and uplifting a town or region as a whole.
Additionally, resources will be allocated to ensure that any educational gaps can be filled with high-quality learning opportunities for kids whose studies have been interrupted. Victory in the war necessitates combating the long-term socioeconomic repercussions of armed conflict from day one and many years after the war ended.