HomeNewsIn February, the assistance from Slots City Foundation volunteers exceeded 20 million UAH, comprising 18 vehicles, 51 radio-electronic warfare stations, and donations for maritime drones.
March 27,13:54

In February, the assistance from Slots City Foundation volunteers exceeded 20 million UAH, comprising 18 vehicles, 51 radio-electronic warfare stations, and donations for maritime drones.

During February, Slots City Foundation significantly increased their aid with repairs and the procurement of vehicles and military equipment for soldiers. Volunteers purchased, repaired, and transferred 18 vehicles, including a medical evacuation vehicle with a defibrillator, a truck, two minibusses, and jeeps, as well as donated to charitable projects. Heading to the front lines were 51 radio-electronic warfare stations, an anti-aircraft installation, turrets, scopes, repeaters, and antennas.

Additionally, the Foundation procured medical instruments and charging devices. Together with partners, the Slots City Foundation continued programs for repairing drones and vehicles for the military, as well as providing assistance to internally displaced persons. Furthermore, a donation of 8.5 million UAH was made for the UNITED 24 initiative to purchase 35 maritime drones for the Security Service of Ukraine. The total aid amount from volunteers, partners, and friends of the Foundation for the past month amounted to 20,562,774 UAH.

“In February, we increased assistance to medics and provided more automotive transfers to the military,” says Slots City Foundation Director Artem Stohniy. “In addition to the medical evacuation vehicle, which our partners at the service station meticulously worked on, we repaired 11 vehicles and purchased another 6. Undoubtedly, all these changes in the aid inventory depend on the appeals to the Foundation. We strive to promptly address the needs of the military, doctors, and internally displaced persons who reach out to us.”

In February, volunteers and friends of the Slots City Foundation provided the following military equipment to soldiers, medics, and internally displaced persons:

Military equipment:

– 51 radio-electronic warfare stations

– “Sova” complex

– “Solovey” turrets

– “Bureviy” charging stations

– Scopes

– Antennas (2 units)

– Antenna amplifiers (10 units)

– Repeaters

– Camouflage nets

– Thermal blanket covers (8 units)


– Medical evacuation vehicle with defibrillator

– Mitsubishi Outlander

– Jeep Cherokee

– Engine for Jeep Cherokee

– Repair of 9 vehicles

– Repair of Mercedes-Benz Vito minibus

– Repair of Iveco truck

– Tires for vehicles (12 units)

– Assistance in purchasing a Toyota Hilux

– Mitsubishi D200 vehicle

– Chrysler vehicle

– Ford Ranger vehicle


– Mavic-3 Pro – 2 units

– Mavic-3T – 2 units

– Mavic 3 Fly More Combo – 2 units

– Antennas and components for FPV drones

– Cables for drone assembly

– EVO drone batteries

Medical equipment:

– Payment for the delivery of humanitarian aid from Poland to the hospital in Vorzel

– Assistance in purchasing medical instruments as requested by the medical staff of the intensive care hospital in Mariupol, temporarily relocated to Kyiv

– Purchases as requested by the medical staff of the Oleksandrivska Hospital in Kyiv (medical cabinet, materials for surgeries)

Other equipment:

– Laptop

– Cable

– Inverter generator

– Compressors

– Charging components

– Equipment rack

Military gear:

– Clothing for military personnel

Last month, soldiers from the 35th and 37th Separate Mechanized Infantry Brigades, 3rd Special Forces Regiment, 122nd and 126th Territorial Defense Brigades, 22nd Mechanized Brigade, Special Operations Forces, Naval Forces, National Guard, Odessa Air Defense, Border Battalion, “Pomsta” Border Detachment, Marine Corps, and other units of the Armed Forces of Ukraine received assistance from the Foundation’s volunteers. Medical personnel treating wounded soldiers at the Oleksandrivska Clinical Hospital in Kyiv and the Intensive Care Hospital in Mariupol, temporarily located in Kyiv, also received assistance. Charitable payments were directed to the funds “Support Azov”, “UDA” (Ukrainian Volunteer Army), “Defense of Odessa”, as well as a number of charitable and community organizations.

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Today, more than ever, it is crucial to do everything possible to accelerate our victory. The Slots City Foundation not only donates aid to the military and volunteers from the Slots City gaming brand but also raises funds from investors, partners, like-minded people and friends of the project. This is our contribution to the common cause!
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