Update (3rd of March)
We have initial agreements on the logistics hub location, working out the details. The number of people and organizations who have contacted us, offering help, has reached over 250. There are also contacts outside of Europe, from United States and Canada. There are 50 contacts offering help with transport from border, over 150 offering accommodation…
Update (2nd of March)
No changes in crossing the border with Europe. The rules stay the same. If help is needed with paper work to evacuate horses, please contact us. Fighting in Kiev and other regions – many roads are blocked and/or impossible or dangerous to drive. This makes it hard to reach the border. We work on options…
Message from Mykhaylo Parkhomchuk
On behalf of the Ukrainian Equestrian Federation, I want to express my sincere gratitude for your support and help. My name is Mykhaylo Parkhomchuk. A lot of you know me. I am the General Secretary of the Ukrainian Equestrian Federation. At this time, I am in Belgium and I am engaged in the opening of…
Translating site to Polish language
Started building Polish language with the help of contributor from Poland.
Focusing on reaching out Ukrainian people and mapping the situation with horses. Already receiving many offers for help from Austria, Canada, Czech Republic, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Hungary, the Netherlands, Poland and the USA. Thank you! We collect data to be able to match the offers with requests for help.
Launching Facebook and Twitter channels
We are ready to launch the Facebook and Twitter. Looking for content managers, coordinators and moderators – ready to join the team, give us a note through Offer Help form!
Site is open
Welcome! We have been working on the site throughout the weekend and got it the site ready in 24 hours. The site is prepared in collaboration between the Ukrainian Equestrian Federation and a team of IT professionals from Estonia.