Last Updated: April 16, 2022
Unity&Care, ch-f("Unity&Care,," "we," "us," or "our") welcomes you. We invite you to access and use our online services ( ("Services"), which are made available to you through a variety of portals, mobile apps, and platforms, including https://www.unityandcare.com (the "Website") and collectively with any such other platforms, (the "Platform").
1. Description and use of services
Unity&Care helps people affected by war, provides direct humanitarian assistance to the Armed Forces of Ukraine and supports medical professionals.
We provide Visitors, and Charity Care Users with access to the Services as described in this Agreement.
Visitors, as the term implies, are people who want to browse various web pages and find out what the Services are about. No login is required for Visitors. Visitors may: (a) browse all publicly available materials on Unity&Care; (b) request types of assistance such as: humanitarian, medical, logistical, financial, and other types of assistance not covered in this agreement (may be performed by Unity&Care at its discretion); (c) Visitors may leave a charitable donation or voluntary financial assistance using the plugins and payment systems installed on https://unityandcare.com; (d) Visitors may join the volunteer staff by leaving an application on https://unityandcare.com; Or Charity User Representatives. Each Charity Representatives can access and use the same features as all visitors to https://unityandcare.com
Unity&Care is not obligated to accept any application for assistance from any user of the site and may accept or reject any registration in its sole and absolute discretion. In addition, Unity&Care may cancel any application at any time, including without limitation, if it determines that the Registered User has violated the Agreement, engaged in fraud, or violated current Ukrainian and EU laws.
2. Intellectual Property
The Services contain material, such as text, graphics, images, sound recordings, audiovisual works, and other material provided by or on behalf of Unity&Care (collectively referred to as "Content"). Content may be owned by us or by third parties. Content is protected under both Unkraine and foreign laws. Unauthorized use of Content may violate copyright, trademark, and other laws. You have no rights in or to Content, and you will not use Content except as permitted under the Agreement. No other use is permitted without prior written consent from Unity&Care.
Please keep in mind that the demo images are not the property of the foundation. They belong to their respective owners and are used solely for information and demonstration purposes. Upon request, our technical support team can send you a list of image identifiers or links to official resources, if available.
3. Foundation's aid programmes
Unity&Care conducts fundraisers and interacts with charitable organizations, volunteer centers, and humanitarian aid centers. Using the resources provided by partners and collected independently, the foundation provides aid in several main areas (a) Supporting victims and survivors of Russia's war against Ukraine. This type of support includes provisions, clothing, rental assistance, medical supplies, and financial aid for residents of the occupied territories (b) Support for the Armed Forces of Ukraine. This type of support includes the purchase and delivery of military ammunition, hygiene products, clothing, provisions, communications equipment, technical equipment, and medicines (c) Support for medical workers. Purchase and delivery of medicines, surgical equipment, medical appliances, clothing and equipment.
4. Funding and allocations
1. All funds collected are non-refundable. Each site user who has sent or is about to send financial support automatically agrees to this clause.
2. In case of non-realization of the project due to force majeure or circumstances beyond your control or for other reasons, the collected funds will be transferred to another charity organization or volunteer center, or will be distributed among the users who have applied for aid.
3. Funds raised in excess will be allocated by the fund committee to develop assistance programs as it sees fit by internal voting.