Members of Charitable Foundations, NGOs, local authorities, members of the Armed Forces, territorial defense and the SES can use the Individual Assistance Program and receive a promo code for free delivery.
Businesses that contribute to restoring peace and improving the well-being of Ukrainians, can also use the Program for humanitarian aid delivery.
To receive a promo code/s, one needs to fill out a questionnaire, receive a promo code in return and provide the employee at the Nova poshta branch with the promo code number when paying for the delivery. The promo code covers the cost of delivery and additional packaging and storage services. The express invoice must meet the conditions of the delivery weight restriction of the promo code.
If the invoice does not meet the conditions of the code, it will not work. The promo code has a limited validity period, and is not possible to be used or replaced after its expiration. The promo code can be received no more than once a month.
The number of promo codes per month is limited.
Within a week after the promo code was used, one must provide the express invoice number, to which the promo code was applied and a photo report confirming the humanitarian goods delivery as a response to the letter granting the promo code.
If the report is not submitted within a week, future applications for a promo code from the organization will be rejected.
Diia.Business in Uzhhorod together with Nova poshta helps businesses relocate their equipment or products to safe regions.
Businesses receive preferential delivery terms provided they meet certain criteria. In particular, the business must be registered in the territories with active hostilities: Chernihiv, Sumy, Kharkiv, Kherson, Mykolaiv, Zaporizhia, Donetsk, Luhansk, Kyiv, Odesa regions.Memo
Nova poshta helps the Kyiv Cardboard and Paper Mill deliver modular corrugated cardboard beds for people who are forced to live in difficult conditions: IDPs in temporary shelters, the Armed Forces and the territorial defense at service.
This helps the temporary accommodation centers to quickly organize decent stay, and people to maintain good health in difficult conditions. In addition, such beds are fully recyclable and do not cause environmental damage.
The program was launched in 2022 in partnership with Ukrainian entrepreneurs in response to the shortage of L-thyroxine medicine during hostilities in Ukraine.
Program participants can make free deliveries of medicines across Ukraine to target people and medical institutions that need scarce vital medicines.