During the war, Hryhorii Kozlovskyi financed the education of future doctors
Hryhorii Kozlovskyi, the founder of FC Rukh, has funded a full course of study for six students at the Yevhen Hlyva Medical College in Halychyna.
Among the students are orphans, children from large families and excellent students.
Six students will be pursuing a professional junior bachelor's degree in Nursing: first-year students Anastasiia Panchuk, Karina Mikhalchyshen, Matvii Dudych, and Oleksandr Sereda, along with two second-year students, Anna Zastavetska and Bohdan Kulyk.
"Thanks to your support and dedication to this noble cause, our students will be able to acquire comprehensive knowledge and essential practical training in the field of healthcare," the school expressed in an appeal to the founder of FC Rukh.
Hryhorii Kozlovskyi's entire course of study was sponsored for the duration of four years for the first year and three years for the second year, respectively.
Previously, Hryhorii Kozlovskyi, the president of FC Rukh, in collaboration with the charitable organization Movement to the Future, concentrated on the treatment and rehabilitation of Ukrainian defenders. This collaborative effort provided a military hospital in Lviv with an anesthesia and respiratory apparatus as well as a neurosurgical microscope. The combined value of these crucial medical devices is approximately four million hryvnias.
Recently, FC Rukh and its founder donated a set of equipment for the aerial reconnaissance training room to the Hetman Petro Sahaidachnyi National Army Academy. The assistance package included ice panels, a touch table, a multi-touch panel, and powerful laptops.
Moreover, Rukh contributed Starlink components to the 45th separate artillery brigade, with the total aid amounting to over UAH 800 thousand.
These actions by FC Rukh and its founder Hryhorii Kozlovskyi are not isolated incidents. It is noteworthy that the 45th Separate Artillery Brigade of the Armed Forces of Ukraine received state-of-the-art, innovative drones. These quadcopters are equipped with thermal night vision cameras. The drone models provided by the Rukh football club encompass modified DJI Matrice 30 and DJI Enterprise drones, seven DJI Mavic 3 quadcopters, and a batch of six Mara drones.