About Alexander Rekeda

After the invasion and war in 2022, Unity for Freedom was founded as a non-profit organization to manage resources and aid for Ukraine and Ukrainian refugees efficiently.

Strategic leadership from founders like Alexander Rekeda ensures that necessities are provided to the Ukrainian people in the most efficient way possible and offers a centralized opportunity to support long-term rebuilding efforts and immediate needs like food, shelter, and water.

Unity for Freedom is positioned to assist Ukrainians in surviving and emerging from the war with the tools necessary to combat the long-term effects of experiencing armed conflict by offering immediate support and making plans for the days after the war.

After the conflict in Ukraine broke out in February 2022, Alexander Rekeda sought a more efficient method of gathering and distributing aid to the country's citizens. To distribute aid more quickly and cheaply than larger charitable funds, he and a group of friends founded the Unity for Freedom charity after donating to relief organizations through various channels.

Unity for Freedom responds swiftly to emerging hotspots and concerns in the crisis while keeping an eye on sustaining resources and long-term needs thanks to resource pooling, efficient management, and the creation of on-the-ground connections in Ukraine.

The struggle for Ukrainian independence is an international conflict. Globally, there is a struggle for Freedom, and by providing for as many basic needs as possible, the non-profit is assisting those fighting for it.

Through regular communication with Ukrainians who can report on the most urgent needs, help purchase and distribute supplies, and coordinate services, Unity for Freedom aims to more strategically target needs. Giving aid to areas close to the front lines of the conflict is given more importance.

These needs have changed over the past few months due to the changing nature of the war, including addressing issues in remote areas with restricted access because of troop movements and assisting in war-torn cities where damaged supply chains prevent access to essential supplies.

Another major issue is how to address the ongoing housing crisis because Russian bombs are destroying homes. The charity supports regional efforts to ensure displaced Ukrainians can quickly find basic shelter and a more permanent living situation.

Assistance is difficult to provide in times of calm and requires careful coordination in times of crisis. Alexander Rekeda assists in managing the organization's daily operations to ensure that each person's needs are effectively met.

The non-profit supports local organizations that are working with orphans, families torn apart by the war, and injured civilians who need medical and mental assistance. Education and housing are provided as a secondary level of care after the most pressing needs, such as rehabilitation and basic needs, have been met.

To distribute food, medical supplies, and other necessities as quickly as possible during any lulls in the distribution of international aid, it is necessary to purchase as many goods and supplies locally as possible.

The most efficient distribution techniques frequently make use of incredibly local organizations. Unity for Freedom works to provide aid in places where more established, large-scale aid organizations are less responsive or where locals lack the means to travel to a more central location for aid distribution.

Long-term needs will be managed by strategically allocating money to regional initiatives that cater to the needs of the Ukrainian people as they rebuild their lives.

Alexander Rekeda, one of Unity for Freedom's founders, is committed to allocating funding to cover any ongoing needs and, eventually, help with the difficulties of rebuilding cities, communities, and homes when urgent needs permit.

In addition to Rekeda's experience, a network of other experts, such as business and legal advisors, sit on the board of United for Freedom to guarantee that the organization's goals for long-term requirements are met.

To ensure long-term resources are distributed equitably to those most in need, factors include allocating necessary supplies, such as building materials, coordinating skilled workers, and establishing needs-based criteria. Another topic under consideration is providing financial support and other assistance to local organizations to achieve their objectives and improve a whole town or region.

Additionally, resources will be used to ensure that high-quality learning opportunities for students whose studies have been interrupted can fill any educational gaps. To win the war, one must fight against the lasting effects of war on society from the beginning to long after it is over.