We will plan, build and deliver 10 sauna complexes
fit for battalion-sized units in Ukraine.
Let's collect 1.5 million euros!

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Our fundraising for the 5th sauna is underwayLet's remember that for the 5th sauna complex for Saunas For Ukraine, the Rotary Club Tallinn Global has joined us. At their initiative, an event took place at Fotografiska. As a result of this event, we have already collected 6592 euros. If all Rotary Clubs join in with this initiative, we'll soon have the funds together.The 5th sauna complex is eagerly awaited by the 3rd Battalion of the International Legion Special Forces in Ukraine, where some Estonian boys also serve. It's time to provide them with this support from Estonia!Read more
We have completed our 4th sauna complex! Next week it will go to Ukraine.This time, we decided to showcase the wonder of Estonian sauna culture properly. Naturally, we believe it to be the best sauna complex of the 21st century. A pure Estonian product with the international funding. On Friday, April 12th, from 4-6 PM, there's a special opportunity to see and experience the sauna complex on the front square of Fotografiska in Tallinn.A similar event will take place on Saturday, April 13th, near Terviseparadiis in Pärnu. Yes, you can even enjoy the sauna if you'd like. Remember to bring your own towel on both days.Three mobile sauna-bathhouses have already been sent from Estonia, but we need many more. The project leaders, Ilmar Raag and Siim Nellis, will be speaking at the Fotografiska café. Ruslan Trochynskyi (Svjata Vatra) will perform with his daughter. Wine and snacks will be provided.In Pärnu, the members of the Saunas For Ukraine association, Jan Kotka and Himot Ilus, will be present. Donations are welcome.Come and bring a friend along. Please register here so we can keep track of the number of attendees: information: more
Our 3rd complex is now delivered to UkraineRead more
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Most fighters spend their days in trenches
Many ukrainian fighters are in the trenches every day, under fire from enemy artillery and tanks, but they remain defiant. The situation is reminiscent of the first world war where soldiers can too easily get sick just from the absence of hygiene.
The weather in Eastern Ukraine can be very cold during winters and very hot during summers
The infantryman in the winter feels constant cold. There are cases of the amputation of frozen limbs. During the summer heat, soldiers dehydrate quickly. At the same time, the sweat mixed with dust and mud created formidable environment for different kind of bacteria.
There are no organized washing facilities
Most of the Ukrainian units don't have centrally organised washing facilities. "Last time, I washed myself was a month ago," explained a soldier to us near Bahmut. Uniforms have to be washed by hand and infrequently. Living in constant damp conditions affects the morale of defenders.

Rest & clean

Main concept: 3 trucks
Support truck
    Water tanks, pumps and generators
    ~8 tons of water used each day
    50-60 men can wash and steam every day
    Resting area in a heated tent
    Washing machines and dryers
    Up to 50 uniforms per day
Technical details
Take a look at the mobile sauna & laundry complex options we are delivering to Ukraine

The design of saunas is constantly evolving based on Ukrainan defenders' feedback and is tailored to the specific requirements of each unit.

Behind the project 'Saunas For Ukraine' stands an Estonian NGO 'Saunad Ukrainasse'

This special organisation unites around the common mission different Estonian sauna producers and members of Estonian Defence League. Today we invite people around the world to join us.