Production service company Radioaktivefilm has launched a humanitarian mission to channel medical supplies from Poland to Ukraine.
The company, which was founded in Ukraine and operates throughout Eastern Europe, posted on its Instagram feed on Sunday sharing details on how people can donate to help the ongoing situation. The post also outlined examples of what crucial medical supplies cost, so people can understand how their money will be put to use.
The post read:
"We at @Radioaktivefilm continue our humanitarian mission on getting medical supplies from Poland to Ukraine
Every 10€ - Could add 15 catheters
Every 20€ - 4 hydrogel stickers of 3 bandages
Every 50€ - 1 infusion package or 3 decompression needles or 2 occlusive stickers
Every 100€ - 1 hemostatic film or 3 tourniquets or 7 I-gels"
[Then followed details on who to contact to volunteer and how people can donate]
Through its base in Poland, Radioaktivefilm is also coordinating volunteers to help the mission.
UPDATE: On Monday, the Instagram post was taken down as Radioaktivefilm needed time to process the calls and DMs they were inundated with.