Slots City Foundation handed over 10 passenger cars to the army
The Slots City Foundation, together with friends, volunteers and caring people, raised funds and handed over 10 passenger cars to the Armed Forces of Ukraine (AFU). In addition, the Foundation systematically transfers trucks, drones, thermal imagers, and humanitarian aid to the fighters.
“The 61st separate infantry brigade is ready to meet the enemy in the North. We helped the fighters of the brigade to buy a vehicle. This is already the tenth car that our Foundation, together with volunteers and friends, finds, restores and hands over to the army”, says the Foundation’s Facebook page.
Among other things, the Foundation together with friends and partners has bought 10 passenger cars since the beginning of martial law:
1) a KIA Sorento for the Special Operations Forces,
2) a Nissan for the National Guard of Ukraine,
3) a Nissan for the headquarters of the Ukrainian Navy,
4) a Jeep Cherokee, a thermal imager for the 93rd Brigade of the AFU,
5) a Mitsubishi L200 for the 35th Separate Marine Brigade,
6) assistance with the purchase of a car for the 61st brigade of the AFU,
7) a SsangYong for the Navy,
8) a Mazda for the 35th Separate Marine Brigade,
9) a Ford Ranger and equipment for the 122nd Territorial Defence Brigade,
10) a SUV for the Armed Forces.
“We help the army every day with money, purchases, humanitarian assistance”, says the director of the Foundation, Stanislav Andreev. – “Now it is extremely important that, against the background of general fatigue from the war, our fighters are not left alone with a lack of necessary consumables. And cars are just like that – expensive but necessary consumables. We have reorganized the work of the Foundation, and we are planning to continue to help on a systemic, professional, high-quality basis, considering the most urgent needs of the army”.
The Foundation helps specific military units of the Armed Forces of Ukraine by purchasing motor vehicles (passenger cars and trucks), drones, thermal imagers, equipment, etc. The Foundation gives more details about all purchases on its website in the “Reporting” section.