Global connectivity and telecom services provider Neterra has supported three causes in support of Ukraine since the start of the year. The company provided a terminal for Internet access to Ukrainian refugees accommodated in the Rest Base of the Council of Ministers in Sunny Beach, Bulgaria. The company also provided two diesel generators free of charge, which have already been sent to Ukraine. In addition to this, Neterra signed a contract for a monthly donation with the "For Good" foundation in order to support a refugee center hosting Ukrainians.
Although a whole year has passed since the beginning of the war in Ukraine, the needs do not stop, neither there nor in the refugee centers in our country. Neterra and her employees have been helping refugees from Ukraine completely free of charge during this year, both as part of the company and with personal finances and volunteer work.
Neterra responded to the needs of a large group of Ukrainian refugees accommodated in the Rest Base of the Council of Ministers in Sunny Beach. The company has provided connectivity for dozens of children and their mothers, studying and working from the only place they can call home at the moment, by sending them a Starlink terminal to access the Internet via low-orbit LEO satellites Earth Orbit).
The company also provided two diesel generators, which have already been sent to Ukraine. The donation happened after a donation agreement was signed with the Manol Peykov and Friends Foundation, which together with Natalia Ellis, a Ukrainian responsible for ensuring the transport to Ukraine of the donations received through her Ukraine Support & Renovation Foundation, is helping hundreds of public buildings and people affected by the war, including a significant number of Bessarabian Bulgarians.
Along with our other activities in support of Ukraine, each month Neterra donates an amount of BGN 1,500 to the "For Good" foundation in order to support a refugee center that shelters a considerable number of Ukrainian refugees. To the same foundation, the company has also been providing some of its backup and data recovery services free of charge since April last year.
In addition to the company's activities, the company’s CEO Neven Dilkov and his family provide onе of their personal properties for housing refugees, as well as often volunteer in refugee centers.
We are happy to be able to help!