Dear friends, may we first address those of you who have been supportive for several past years in a row. Do you remember that together we used to run a wonderful charitable initiative titled “Upgrade InformNapalm”? Within that project we purchased necessary equipment for the international community engaged in analysis of open source data intelligence, or OSINT.
We supported them with both computers and other specific equipment
It is a great pleasure to see how our investments into security prove useful each time. Now, for example, the project’s team have published a whole portal dedicated to thorough analysis of data on deployment of the regular russian army units in the aggression against Ukraine. We would recommend you familiarize yourself with the information obtained by the scouts; moreover, we are sincerely sure that it is this data that will play significant role in further international prosecution of the russian war criminals.
Hence, the Upgrade InformNapalm project has been already completed, so the scouts do not need our support at the moment. Instead, our aid is highly needed on the front line – they still exceptionally welcome our support, just like in the very first days of war. You can assist our military within the Rapid Response project: the funds accumulated on its account we regularly spend on the needs of the military who hold defense in the contact line and actively resist the aggressor every day.
You may think we are raising funds for some indefinite purposes. Still, all the needs within the project are detailed and accurately categorized in the corresponding report: please see for yourself. Right now People’s Project is accumulating money for purchase of gear for a radio reconnaissance unit engaged in both observation of the enemy’s activities on the border and long-range reconnaissance in the occupied territory. It is these guys who closely watch the relocations of russian air forces to prevent a sudden unexpected air assault.
A working place of a Ukrainian radio scout. Naturally, the equipment needs major upgrade
The scouts’ needs are rather humble though: a few voltage stabilizers to prevent the equipment’s possible failure due to the unstable frontline power, and a few computers to effectively process the operative media data. This kind of aid looks rather affordable: together we have already met their foremost demand, a few surveillance systems necessary for strengthening their control facilities’ perimeter.
Dear friends, please join in. This nasty war is still on, and sometimes our support can prove exceptionally helpful in those sectors where the state seems stalls a bit. We, the volunteers at People’s Project, do our best to allocate each single hryvnia of your donations on obtaining of truly necessary things, not on any whims. And to win this war we have to combine our efforts.