Feb 20th 2022 was the first day that Russia attacked Ukraine causing millions of Ukrainians to flee from their homes and instantly become refugees and soldiers. Vivoblu heard the cries of the refugees and the people and in early April launched a campaign to help and bring clean water to those in most need. Vivoblu immediately partnered with many organizations to get information on ground and learn the direct needs of the people. Partnering with Seeds of Exchange and their team to bring awareness to the world about the need of clean water. Vivoblu set out to make an impact and in partnership with the with the founder of Seeds of Exchange, Sarah Davison Tracy, traveled Ukraine twice to learn how to be effective in the aide, hear the stories of the people, and serve the greatest in need.
The war made everything more difficult; travel, distribution, safety and mobility. Vivoblu has been able to deploy over 6,500 filters and 2,000 water bladder backpacks to the refugees, community centers, churches, and the front lines of the military. Vivoblu partnered with many other organizations; Convoy of Hope, Operation Blessing, Young Life Ukraine, Save a Life, YWAM, Help Ukraine, Fields of Hope, Ukrainian Government, and many more. Vivoblu is not done helping and have plans to continue helping those in need.