HOW TO CONTRIBUTE
War does not only leave physical traumas on soldiers. Their psychological state also requires ongoing rehabilitation and care from relatives, specialists, and other veterans.“Hero’s Companion” is a Canadian-Ukrainian not-for-profit project which harnesses the power of the human-canine bond to aid in the rehabilitation of veterans of the Armed Forces of Ukraine and volunteer battalions.Canine-therapy allows our heroes to better manage their Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and other psychological traumas. The powerful human-canine bond helps to heal wounds left behind by war and strengthens the veterans’ spirits.Please help fund the rehabilitation of Ukrainian veterans. Join the Hero’s Companion crowdfunding effort to help ensure we are able to continue helping those who are suffering the consequences of an ongoing war: https://biggggidea.com/project/drug-geroya/
For those who do not read Ukrainian, here are some useful instructions on how to donate:
1. On the right hand side of the page, under the main banner, click on the colourful box with the word “ФОНДУВАТИ” written on it.
2. A page will pop up. In the first box, write the amount you would like to donate (donation is in hryvnias, 1 Canadian dollar = approximately 19 Ukrainian hryvnias). In the second box, write your e-mail address. 2 additional boxes will pop up. Write your first name in the first, and last name in the second.
3. Click the yellow button with “ДАЛІ” written on it.
4. On this next page, click the “Way For Pay” payment method.
5. Then insert the credit card number, expiration date (MM/YY), name of the cardholder, CVV code, and your email.
6. Click on the blue box with “ОПЛАТИТИ ХХ UAH” written on it.
7. And you’re done!
Hero’s Companion is a Canadian-Ukrainian not-for-profit project which aims to harness the power of the human-canine bond to help heal veterans of the Ukrainian Armed Forces and Ukrainian volunteer battalions who continue to struggle with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and other invisible injuries inflicted by time spent in combat operations.Read more