Building a logistical chain March 4

Pink Bus first days: direct to NGO

At first it was a question of how can we guarantee the delivery of vehicles in different parts of Ukraine. This question made us realize that we had an opportunity to establish a structure within which the vans could pass now and in the future. We wanted to create a logistical chain that would stand the stress of time. To this end we funded orgnaizations that through their specialties and locations could act as a loose network that could move and mend people toward safety, while reinforcing each other's supply needs, and guaranteeing transport of goods via (relatively close) proximity: Prast in Ivano-Frankvisk, City of Goodness in Chernvisti, Manifest Peace in Odesa, Save Ukraine in Kiev, Fulcrum in Lviv, and EL*C in Warsaw.

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PinkBus operation statistics

People relocated
PinkBus
15K+
Tons of aid delivered
PinkBus
178+
Funds raised
PinkBus
$350,000+
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