Support AZOV is the only official charitable foundation that meets the needs of the Third Separate Assault Brigade of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.
The 3rd Separate Assault Brigade is a volunteer unit created on the basis of the SOF AZOV-Kyiv Regiment.
In February-March 2022, it liberated Irpin, Bucha, Gostomel, Moshchun, Vasylkiv, Vorzel, Pushcha-Vodytsia, Liutizh, Stoyanka, and Horenka from the occupiers. In March 2022, under the leadership of the Defence Intelligence of Ukraine, the brigade conducted an airborne operation to break through the blockade of Mariupol.
Since January 2023, the brigade has been actively fighting in the hottest part of the front lines—the city of Bakhmut. During the offensive, the units of the 72nd Separate Motorized Rifle Brigade and the assault units of the Wagner PMC suffered heavy losses. A large number of enemy armored vehicles were destroyed.


Hundreds of millions of hryvnias are needed every month to support the 3rd SAB. This includes repairs, maintenance, the purchase of vehicles and equipment, gear, and the creation of normal living conditions for the fighters. To conduct active combat operations, we need drones, combat vehicles, cars for evacuating the wounded, personal protection equipment, and communications every day. 

State funding cannot quickly meet all the needs of the brigade, which is why the 3rd SAB is working closely with volunteers, businesses, and local governments whose sons and daughters are fighting in our ranks. 

The Support AZOV project is engaged in the provision of the 3rd SAB combat units. The foundation's volunteers are wounded fighters undergoing rehabilitation and experienced volunteer activists.



Coordinator of the foundation and a veteran of the AZOV battalion.