350 seats in the train Kramatorsk-Kyiv

A fundraiser for individual first aid kits for the military

The Intercity train “Kramatorsk-Kyiv” is currently the only high-speed train connecting Ukraine’s East to the rest of the country. This train is a symbol of a link between war and homecoming.

We want the seats in it to always stay filled.

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Buy a ticket for a soldier

We want to help 350 soldiers board the train from Kramatorsk to Kyiv. However, the cost of a ride for them is significantly higher than usual. That’s because to get home, soldiers need more than just a train ticket – they need to survive first. To help them, we want to provide each of them with an IFAK (Individual First Aid Kit).

For some of them it might as well be the “lucky ticket” that ensures they come home.

Buy a ticket

USD raised: 50 000

Seats filled: 350

Goal: USD 50 000

Seats to fill: 350

What the ticket buys – IFAK and its contents

IFAK (Individual First Aid Kit) is a first aid kit which includes all the items necessary to provide emergency medical aid in the first seconds after an injury. We pack each set on our own and purchase only high-quality components.

  • CAT Gen 7 Tourniquet – to stop critical bleeding.
  • Chest Seals (2 pcs) – for chest wounds, in case the fighter develops a tension pneumothorax.
  • Hemostatic gauze – used to stop bleeding and for tamponade. We usually use QuikClot Combat Gauze Z-Folded or Celox Gauze.
  • Israeli bandage – its design allows the user to apply the bandage with one hand, 6″.
  • Burn dressing – a hydrogel dressing, e.g. BurnTec or Opikun.
  • Marker – to record time of application, drugs administered and to fill out the TCCC card.
  • Nasopharyngeal tube and lubricant – for insertion into nasal passages in case of injuries to ensure normal breathing.
  • Pill-pack – a set of antibiotics to prevent the development of an infectious process, painkillers and non-steroidal anti-inflammatory agent.
  • Nitrile gloves
  • Bandage for tamponade
  • Atraumatic scissors
  • Band-aid
  • Thermal blanket
  • TCCC card

Our organization takes care of over 20 units of the Armed Forces of Ukraine and other defense forces. All servicepersons helped by the Frontline.Care initiative are located directly in the zone of active hostilities in the East and the South of Ukraine. Provision of tactical medicine is one of our priorities to save the lives of the fighters in these zones.

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