“School Health and my organization [UNWLA] has just saved the lives of 83 Ukrainian soldiers,” said Olga Mykhaylyuk, President of Philadelphia’s region of the UNWLA, where Filer donated the CAT torniquets. Currently, the UNWLA has raised over $200,000 for Ukrainian soldiers, doctors, and citizens.
“Not every company has the ability to provide relief, however, we can, and it is a beautiful effort to help mankind. As long as School Health is able to provide these services in the near future and beyond, we can continue to inspire a passion for helping and aiding others,” said Rob Rogers.
About School Health Corporation
Founded in 1957, School Health Corporation has been dedicated to helping school-based health professionals in keeping their students healthy. As a national, full-service provider of health supplies and services, School Health’s comprehensive offering includes health supplies, sports medicine equipment, early childhood products, physical education, recreation and athletic products, and special needs aids. School Health goes beyond merely supplying products by also providing product support, training, advisory services, and exceptional customer care.
About the Ukrainian National Women’s League of America
The Ukrainian National Women’s League of America is a nonprofit organization that has provided over $3,000,000 in educational, cultural, and social welfare projects since 1925. With over 1,600 members in 28 states, UNWLA’s goals are to inform the free world about events in Ukraine, spiritually and materially support the homeland, and promote the preservation of Ukrainian national identity, cultural heritage, and ethnic traditions in the United States. Visit Unwla.org to learn more.
About the Ukrainian Educational and Cultural Center
The Ukrainian Educational and Cultural Center (UECC) is a non-profit organization located in the suburbs of Philadelphia in Jenkintown, PA. Founded in 1980, UECC is a focal point of Ukrainian-American cultural life in the Delaware Valley. The objective of the UECC is to preserve and promote awareness of Ukrainian heritage throughout the community. The UECC houses over 30 community, educational, scholarly and professional organizations and a Ukrainian Library. Educational programs range from a nursery school to a twelve-year Saturday School that provides instruction in Ukrainian language, literature, history, geography, music and culture.