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Working with US military personnel, Spirit of America has delivered 800+ tons of protective, nonlethal aid — surveillance drones, communications gear, vehicles, body armor, helmets, medical supplies, food and more — to Ukrainian soldiers and civilian volunteers on the front lines. We’re meeting urgent frontline needs and providing targeted humanitarian support with speed. Your gift can save more lives and help Ukraine win.

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Spirit of America is the only nonprofit that works alongside our US troops and diplomats to provide critical assistance where freedom and democracy are threatened.
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Taiwan’s resilience reaches new heights with crisis response drone training

Brittany Egosque joined Spirit of America in April 2022 and is the Regional Program Manager for Asia-Pacific. She brings with her a wide range of experience having spent nearly a decade providing support to the US government both at home and abroad, with a...

The Aral Sea: Where the Soviets made a desert, Americans and Central Asians are partnering to restore life

Alex Ebsary joined Spirit of America as a Regional Program Manager for the Middle East and Central Asia. He brings more than a decade of experience working at the intersection of international relations, development, and humanitarian assistance.To experience the...

Ukraine updates from Spirit of America

On May 2nd, Spirit of America was joined by Fred Kagan, senior fellow and director of the American Enterprise Institute Critical Threats Project and a former professor of military history at the US Military Academy at West Point. His books range from Lessons for...

Promises made and kept in Armenia

I first met Irina and her family last October in their new residence on the outskirts of Chambarak, a placid, windswept town a short drive east of Lake Sevan, Armenia. Winter was in the air, or at least the gloomy circumstances that brought me there made it feel...

Faces of Ukraine: Stories from everyday Ukrainians

Adriana Teluk joined Spirit of America in April 2022. A multilingual communicator, Adriana is a long-standing, active member of the Ukrainian-American community in Washington D.C., with familial ties to Ukraine. Having lived there as a child, it is imperative to...

Ukraine two years later: Memories and observations from my time on the ground

Today is a grim milestone. Today marks two years since the full-scale Russian invasion of Ukraine. I write this message to you as I ride the train from Poland into Kyiv, on my 16th trip to Ukraine since February 24, 2022. As I head east across the rolling fields...

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No endorsement of Spirit of America by the US Department of Defense, Department of State, or US personnel is intended or implied.

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