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R.T. Weatherman Foundation Makes a Significant Contribution to Ukraine’s Medical Needs Amidst Ongoing Conflict

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KYIV, UKRAINE / ACCESSWIRE / January 25, 2024 / In a crucial effort to support Ukraine's wounded, the R.T. Weatherman Foundation is proud to announce the successful delivery of over $1.5 million in trauma orthopedic medical supplies to six hospitals across Ukraine. This substantial contribution marks a significant step in aiding both soldiers on the frontlines and civilians affected by the ongoing conflict.

R.T. Weatherman Delivers Critical Aid
R.T. Weatherman Delivers Critical Aid

This large-scale donation includes advanced medical equipment and supplies specifically designed for the treatment of complex soft tissue and bone injuries. The aim is to facilitate limb salvage and recovery, offering hope and practical help to those suffering from severe trauma.

The hospitals benefiting from this donation are strategically located in regions where the need is most acute. The R.T. Weatherman Foundation worked closely with local authorities and medical experts to ensure the supplies were distributed efficiently and to the areas where they would make the most impact.

"We are deeply committed to providing tangible support in times of crisis," said Dr. Meaghan Mobbs, President of the R.T. Weatherman Foundation. "Our mission is to fill critical gaps, and through this donation, we aim to alleviate some of the suffering caused by this conflict. We believe that no effort is too big or small when it comes to saving lives and limbs."

The R.T. Weatherman Foundation extends its gratitude to partners and the donors whose generous contributions have made this initiative possible. Their ongoing support is crucial in enabling the foundation to respond swiftly and effectively in crisis situations.

"We remain steadfast in our commitment to humanitarian aid," said Bess Weatherman, co-founder of the R.T. Weatherman Foundation. "And we continue to stand with the people of Ukraine. It is our hope that this contribution will not only provide immediate relief but will also encourage other donors to follow this lead."

For more information about the R.T. Weatherman Foundation and its initiatives, or to support its efforts, please visit

About R.T. Weatherman Foundation:

The R.T. Weatherman Foundation is a non-profit organization which supports the future of democracy, values every life as our own, and meets critical unmet needs.

Contact Information

Meaghan Mobbs

Tori Hill
Director of Strategy, Programs, and Outreach

SOURCE: R.T. Weatherman Foundation


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