One of our first, and most generous, donors succinctly summarized the impact of our effort as follows: 

  1. Civilian vehicles are vital. Despite the tens of billions of dollars in support from the U.S. and Europe, there is an acute shortage of SUVs for the war effort.
  2. Donations are put to work immediately. We purchase vehicles and supplies within hours of receiving a donation, and deliver within days. This is starkly different from the timeline for large aid organizations and government support.
  3. Timing is critical for survival of the injured. The #1 factor in the likelihood of an injured soldier surviving is how quickly the soldier receives medical attention. That is why the U.S. military goes to extraordinary lengths to evacuate wounded from the battlefield immediately and to establish infrastructure to treat them. Many of our vehicles are being utilized to evacuate wounded and, without them, lives would be lost.