Together we are light, together we are the Lifeline

Our team

Andrey Ilyuk

Andrey’s parents immigrated to the USA 19 years ago, when he was about 6 years old. Their pursuit was of freedom of faith, safety and better life. First and foremost, Andrey Ilyuk is a faithful Christian, great husband and a good father of two young boys. He and his brother have been brought up knowing hard work ethics very early on. In 2015 two brothers have established used car dealership that continues to grow and succeed with every year. Recently, in response to the horrific war in Ukraine, Andrey has gathered a team of people that created the Loving Lifeline charity organization. As the president of the Loving Lifeline, he is equipped with various tools to serve as the bridge between people who are in need and those who want to help. His motivation is the Gospel of Christ, his goal is very plain “to save as many Ukrainians as possible”.

Stanislav Tryfonov

Stanislav Tryfonov was born in Mykolaiv, Ukraine and had lived there until the age of 23. He devoted his life to Christ almost 11 years ago and since then he has been active participant in Evangelical Church. The conflict between Russia and Ukraine, that broke out in 2014, has prompted Stanislav and his mom to seek refuge in the USA. They were able to join his sister, who’s longer before moved to the America, at the end of 2017. Prior to joining the teams of ODA and The Loving Lifeline Stan had committed himself to studying Theology and working as a craftsman. His motivation to help Ukraine is deeply personal not only because of the immediate family he has there but most importantly, he believes that “God so loved the world, that He gave His only begotten Son, that everyone who believes in Him will not perish but have eternal life”.

Samuil Palchevskiy

Sam is also a Ukrainian American. His parents came to the US when he was about a year old. Currently, Sam works full time as a real estate professional in the state of New Hampshire and is an active volunteer at Manchester Slavic Evangelical Church. Although Sam grew up in New Hampshire, he still has ties to the Ukrainian language, culture, and people. Seeing the current events compelled Sam to help out in some way. He joined the team at The Loving Lifeline to do what he can to help out those who are suffering and in need through no fault of their own.

Jeffrey Comeau

Jeff has been working as a web developer for Alvaria, Inc for 19 years. In 2011, Jeff became involved with Food For Children (link to as a volunteer, where he met members of the Ilyuk family, who were also volunteering at the weekly food ministry. Quickly becoming friends with the Ilyuk family, Jeff shares their Christian values and their compassion with helping the people of the Ukraine with humanitarian aid. As the treasurer of Food For Children, Jeff has experience in managing the financial aspects of the organization.

Kenneth A. Tassey Jr.

A resident of Manchester, NH, Ken currently works in real estate. His last venture was Boston Therapeutics, a publicly traded diabetes drug development company based in NH (now Nanomix NNMX). Ken has done many years of volunteer work in the US and abroad, and promoted a pro-democracy national newspaper and taught English in S. Korea for over 3 years. He currently sits on the Manchester Board of School Committee, is married for 33 years and a proud father of three young adult children. He is a valuable member of The Loving Lifeline charity organization providing skillful advice, deep insight and broad connections.

Donate Supplies Information

We are accepting specific supplies donations to send to Ukraine. Please bring these donations to 32 Manchester Road, Auburn, New Hampshire.

Boxing and Labeling To help standardize packing and shipping: Please use moving boxes from Lowes, Home Depot, or U-Haul for larger collections.Please segregate the boxes to include like items and label the box clearly of its contents.

Humanitarian Aid for Ukraine

Critical Priority
Non-Perishable food (examples):

  • Peanut Butter
  • Granola Bars, Protein Bars
  • Dried Fruit, Nuts
  • Canned Meats/Fish with Pull-Top Lids


  • Thermal underwear
  • Underwear
  • Socks

Camping Equipment:

  • Sleeping bags
  • Ground pads
  • Blankets
  • Tents
  • Hammocks
  • Flashlights with extra batteries
  • Emergency candle

Medical and First Aid items (See Special Medical Needs below)
Ziploc Bags: All sizes

  • Diapers
  • New Clothes: All Sizes/Genders
  • Basic Hygiene Supplies
  • New Sneakers/Hiking Shoes/Boots
  • Other Non-Perishable Food


  • Backpacks 10 x 19 x 14 (approximately size)
  • Bandage Strips, 1”x3”
  • Big Cinch Abdominal Bandage
  • Burn Aid – water gel burn dressing 4×16
  • Burn Aid – water gel burn dressing 4×4
  • Butterfly Strips
  • Cervical Collar
  • CPR Mask
  • Cravat Bandage (CamoVat)
  • Dynarex Medicut Sterile Disposable Scalpels #10
  • EMT Shears
  • Eye Wash, 4oz.
  • IV Catheter 18 G
  • IV Catheter 20 G
  • IV Catheter 22 G
  • IV Starter Kits
  • Medical Adhesive tape rolls (2 – 3″ inches)
  • Multi Trauma Dressings, 12”x30”
  • Pain Relievers – Ibuprofen or Acetaminophen, or both
  • Pair of Tweezers
  • Safety Pins
  • Stainless Steel Hemostats
  • Sutures needle size 6
  • The emergency (Israeli Battle Dressing) Compression Bandages
  • Tongue Depressors
  • Triple Antibiotic Ointment (full size)


  • Abdominal pad (sometimes “ab pad”), 5” x 9” (2x)
  • Acetaminophen / Tylenol
  • Adhesive bandages (Band-Aids) in several sizes
  • Adhesive tape
  • Aluminum splint, 36”
  • Ambu bags
  • Antibacterial ointment
  • Antibiotics: Zosyn and Unasyn iv, vancomycin iv,
  • Antiseptic wipes
  • Aspirin / Bayer
  • Butterfly bandages, 0.5″ x 2.75″ (16x)
  • Caffeine pills
  • Central venous catheter kit
  • Chest seals (1 pair)
  • Coban roll, standard 2” x 5 yards
  • Cravat / triangular bandage, 45” x 45” x 63”
  • Diphenhydramine / Benadryl
  • Doxycycline and/or Bactrim antibiotics
  • Dressing materials, include dry or impregnated gauze,
  • Elastic bandage
  • Elastic wrap / ACE bandage, standard 4” x 5 yards
  • Emergency blanket (2x)
  • Fluids: IVF (nss 09%, LR, d5nss)
  • Gauze pads, 4” x 4” (6x)
  • Gels, foams, hydrocolloids, alginates, hydrogels, and polysaccharide pastes, sutures
  • Gloves
  • Gloves (2 pairs)
  • Hydrocortisone cream (1%),
  • Ibuprofen / Advil
  • Irrigation syringe, 20cc with an 18 gauge tip
  • IV catheters
  • Laryngeal Tube
  • Loperamide / Imodium
  • Miconazole
  • Moleskin, 5” x 2” strip
  • Mouthpiece for giving CPR
  • Nasopharyngeal airway
  • Needle & thread stored in isopropyl alcohol (2x needle/thread, 1x small container)
  • Pepto-Bismol pills
  • Plastic cling wrap, 2” wide roll
  • Plastic films
  • Portable ventilators
  • Pressure dressing
  • Rolled gauze, standard 4.5” x 4 yards
  • Safety pins (3x, various sizes)
  • Saline eye drops
  • Silk medical tape roll, 1” wide
  • Tourniquet
  • Trauma shears
  • Tweezers
  • White petroleum jelly / Vaseline in small container
  • Z-fold gauze, standard 45” x 4 yards


  • Drones
  • GPS
  • Military boots
  • Satellite phones
  • Tactical backpacks
  • Tactical Gloves
  • Walkie-talkies