The Come Back Alive Foundation bought and transferred a Bayraktar TB2 complex to the Ukrainian military
The Come Back Alive Foundation was the first NGO in Ukraine to purchase a Bayraktar TB2 unmanned aerial vehicle complex for a total cost of USD 16,502,450
26 Jul 2022, 18:13
Navy command changed the fleet table of organization to implement "Come Back Alive" project
The Come Back Alive Foundation provided all Navy divisions with off-road vehicles, and also handed over radios and other equipment to the sailors for a total amount of almost 18 million UAH. The table of organization of the Ukrainian Navy was changed specifically for this purpose.
03 Jul 2022, 14:45
"Come Back Alive" purchased HMMWV repair stations for almost €2.15 millon
The Come Back Alive Foundation purchased 6 new mobile repair stations for HMMWV as well as other Western armored and non-armored vehicles totaling 2.148 million EUR.
30 Jun 2022, 14:27
"Come Back Alive" delivered the biggest charity project to support Ukrainian army
The team of the "Come Back Alive" Foundation, which provides targeted and effective support to the Armed Forces of Ukraine, has purchased 10 PD-2 UAV systems. They include mobile ground control stations and the total amount of the deal is approx. 300 million UAH or 8.5 million USD.
24 Jun 2022, 08:39
"Come Back Alive" obtained a license to purchase lethal weapons
The Come Back Alive Foundation is the first charity organization in Ukraine to obtain a license for the purchase of military and dual-use goods including lethal weapons.
22 Jun 2022, 14:45
"Come Back Alive" raised over $100 million for Ukrainian army since full scale invasion started
From February 24th to May 16th the Come Back Alive Foundation raised 100 million USD.
26 May 2022, 00:21
"Come Back Alive" purchased 51 off-road vehicles for Ukrainian Soldiers
"Come Back Alive" managed to purchase more than fifty pickup trucks from abroad for the needs of Ukrainian soldiers.
02 May 2022, 14:08
"Come Back Alive" signed a contract for the purchase of 25 "Leleka-100" UAV complexes for the needs of the Armed Forces of Ukraine
The fund of competent army support "Come Back Alive" signed a contract for the purchase of 25 reconnaissance unmanned aerial systems "Leleka-100". The UAVs will be handed over to units and subunits of the Armed Forces of Ukraine to restore the combat capability of the air reconnaissance units of the Ukrainian army.
02 May 2022, 13:57