Latest Updates

May 6, 2022

In recent weeks, Project HELP NOW has been collecting donations at our various drop points, comprised of both physical goods and monetary donations. Today we are sending DTCare a packet including all the monetary donations collected so far, which totals $5,123. The list of generous donors includes individuals, businesses, and schools, all of whom embody the true spirit of Project HELP NOW. We want to protect the privacy of individual donors, but we do want to specifically thank the businesses and schools who donated: Central Catholic High School (Canton, OH); Integrity Men With Vision - West Independence United Methodist Church (Findlay, OH); Stanley Miller Construction (Canton, OH). DTCare will use these donations to help cover the staggering shipping expenses to send the relief goods to Europe, via both airfreight and ocean freight.

May 4, 2022

Today, DTCare received a shipment of 201 IFAKs (Individual First Aid Kits) that were purchased by Bible Fellowship Church in Arlington, OH through Project HELP NOW. These kits will be immediately sent via airfreight as part of DTCare’s 12th relief shipment to support the people of Ukraine. We want to thank Bible Fellowship Church for their ongoing generosity in support of Project HELP NOW. These kits are drastically needed and will certainly help to save lives!

April 29, 2022

Today was an exciting day for Project HELP NOW. We spent the past 2 days sorting, assembling, packing, palletizing, documenting, and shipping! Through the generosity of our supporters, today Project HELP NOW shipped 5 more pallets of goods to support the victims of the Ukrainian refugee crisis. You can view packing slips here to see the specific items sent, including over 1,000 personal hygiene kits. The crisis in Ukraine has shown us the ugliness of evil, but it has also shown us countless little examples of how goodness and compassion can shine through, like our truck driver today, who willingly made special accommodations to fit our 5 pallets on his truck at the last minute. Thank you, sir. You are a valuable member of Project HELP NOW!

April 27, 2022

Throughout the month of April, St. Raphael Center in Canton, OH has helped support a local prayer group with their efforts toward Project HELP NOW. Spearheaded by Stephanie Cooper, Janice Cooper, Linda Miller, and Lisa Sicker, this group coordinated a radio PSA on Living Bread Radio Network (1060 AM / 94.5 FM / Canton, OH) to ask the community for supplies, monetary donations, and prayers for those affected by the war in Ukraine. The team also coordinated with Aultman Hospital, who generously donated a great deal of the requested supplies. Under the leadership of the prayer group on April 27th from 4-7pm, St. Raphael Center opened its doors to the community, who turned out in force with volunteers and donations. By the grace of the Holy Spirit, the team assembled 500 personal hygiene kits, plus assorted other supplies, and they also gathered over $1,500 to support the transportation costs Europe!

CREDIT: PSA from Living Bread Radio Network | 1060 AM / 94.5 FM | Canton, OH

April 26, 2022

For the second time during Project HELP NOW, Cornerstone Baptist Church has come through with a major contribution to support the Ukrainian refugee crisis. On April 26th, they showed up with 5 volunteers and 3 vehicles to drop off 367 personal hygiene kits for the vast amount of refugees who are still fleeing from their homes in Ukraine. Project HELP NOW wishes to extend a sincere thank you to Cornerstone Baptist Church for their ongoing Christian example during this time of great need!

April 22, 2022

The congregation of St. Wendelin Catholic Church threw their support behind Project HELP NOW and gathered supplies needed to support the Ukrainian refugee crisis. Through their generous efforts, St. Wendelin was able to build a van load full of hygiene kits and various other supplies, which will be joined with donations from our drop locations in Findlay at AAA Travel Club, Findlay Auto Plus, Sunny Creek Boutique, and The Buffalo Trading Company. These goods will ship to DTCare on 4/29 and quickly be forwarded on to Europe. Project HELP NOW extends a sincere thank you to the parishioners of St. Wendelin Catholic Church, as well as all the community donors who dropped their goods at our various collection points!

April 19, 2022

The April 2022 issue of American Shooting Journal featured a company spotlight of The Buffalo Cartridge Company. In this excerpt from page 104, Ken Cooper (Partner at BCC) discusses the company’s focus on Project HELP NOW.

You can view digital copy of the magazine here.

April 12, 2022

Rotary International runs a project called MESA – Medical Equipment & Supplies Abroad. As their name indicates, they focus on collecting medical equipment and supplies from around the U.S.A. and donating those goods to communities in need around the world. One of MESA’s national depots for storing donated goods is located in Fostoria, OH. When the manager of this MESA facility, Scott Salyers, heard about Project HELP NOW, he reached out to offer his help. On April 11th and 12th, the teams from MESA, DTCare, and Project HELP NOW all met at the MESA facility in Fostoria to load up a full 53ft. semi plus another 16ft cargo trailer with much-needed supplies ranging from crutches & walkers, to cots & gurneys, to mattresses & bed pans, to advanced medical equipment & supplies. In all, over 16,000 pounds of goods were donated by MESA and transported to the DTCare facility in Pennsylvania. Many of these items have already been sent to support Ukrainian refugees, and more are still being sorted for future shipments to support not only those refugees, but also DTCare’s other efforts around the world in locations such as Panama and Lebanon.

April 2, 2022

In early April, an anonymous donor showed up at The Buffalo Trading Company - a Project HELP NOW drop point – to deliver a full pallet of medical supplies. These included medical gowns, face masks, sanitary wipes, and face shields, which are extremely helpful in the refugee camps. Project HELP NOW is very grateful for this Christian example of charity from the anonymous donor. Matthew Chapter 6 tells us, “But take care not to perform righteous deeds in order that people may see them … When you give alms, do not blow a trumpet before you … to win the praise of others. Amen, I say to you, they have received their reward. But when you give alms, do not let your left hand know what your right is doing, so that your almsgiving may be secret. And your Father who sees in secret will repay you.”

March 30, 2022

Project HELP NOW was interviewed by The Big Kahuna on 106.3 The Fox, which aired on March 25th. Click below to listen.

CREDIT: 106.3 The Fox | Findlay, OH | Friday, March 25, 2022 |

March 28, 2022

On Friday, 25 March 2022, Dennis and Dale at Friends Office (Findlay OH) learned about Project HELP NOW and reached out to offer their help. They offered to donate 21 pallets of hand sanitizer, and we immediately scheduled a truck to pick up the load. Today, thanks to the generosity of the team at Friends Office, a full truck load is on its way to DTCare in Pittsburgh, where the goods will be staged and shipped to Europe to support Ukrainian refugees.

WTOL (Toledo, OH) came to interview Project HELP NOW at our first organized drop point, The Buffalo Trading Company. You can watch the interview here.

March 27, 2022

Project HELP NOW was interviewed on the Ben Ferguson Radio Show, which is nationally syndicated every Sunday night from 7pm to 9pm. You can check out the Ben Ferguson Podcast on iHeart Radio at:

March 26, 2022

Project HELP NOW was featured in an interview on the OnTarget Podcast sponsored by LEPD Firearms & Range:

CREDIT: OnTarget Podcast sponsored by LEPD Firearms & Range | Columbus, OH | Saturday, March 26, 2022 |

March 25, 2022

Today we are excited to send out our next 2 pallets to DTCare, who will forward it on to the heart of the refugee crisis. Our shipment includes over 411 hygiene kits, 155 First Aid Kits, 57 trauma kits, and several cases of feminine hygiene products. Today’s shipment brings our project total to 30 pallets of goods sent in support of the Ukrainian refugees. CLICK HERE to see the packing slips for today’s shipment. A huge THANK YOU to everyone who has supported the project so far. Remember, there is a place for everyone in this effort. You can choose your level of involvement. One immediate need of DTCare is financial support for their airfreight shipments. Please consider a donation today:

March 24, 2022

This morning we received a full vanload of donated items from Bible Fellowship Church in Arlington, Ohio. The donations included several cases of First Aid Kits, hygiene kits, and additional hygiene products. Volunteers met at the church on Wednesday 3/23 to organize the items and build the hygiene kits for refugees. Thank you Bible Fellowship Church!

Today Pastor Jeff from Maranatha Church in Van Buren, Ohio delivered a large load of donated items from his congregation, and then he joined us for a few hours to help prepare our next shipment. The donations from Maranatha Church included trauma kits and hygiene kits for refugees fleeing Ukraine. Thank you Maranatha for your generosity!

March 22, 2022

Today we picked up a full pallet of hygiene kits and IFAKs (Individual First Aid Kits) donated by Cornerstone Baptist Church. The church, located in Findlay, Ohio, gathered donations from its congregation and held a packing party on Monday 3/21. Thank you Cornerstone for your generous support!

Last week, the team at DTCare hosted their first "Packing Party" local Girl Scouts to assemble IFAKs and hygiene kits. See below for some photos of the event. Here are links to ZHP... the Girl Scouts in Poland who are helping to distribute these goods. These videos and pictures are very moving. ZHP Website, YouTube, Instagram, and Facebook.

March 21, 2022

Through the generosity of our friends at Highbar Trading in Memphis, TN we organized and shipped sixteen pallets of medical/sanitation supplies to DTCare.

March 18, 2022

We have been making efforts this week to get relief goods to the refugees as quickly and efficiently as possible. At our request, our transport agent started the process of seeking discounted freight rates so that we can ship these goods at the best rate possible. The better the rates, the more HELP we can provide!

We are also working with our packaging contacts to receive discounted rates for packaging supplies to support Project HELP NOW: cardboard cases, poly bags, shrink wrap, etc.

John and Cheryl Larbus have generously purchased supplies from a varity of vendors to compile a shipment of Individual First Aid Kits (IFAKS) and hygiene kits. Supplies are still coming into our warehouse daily.

We have arranged an interview with WFIN radio for Thursday morning, March 24th, in order to promote the project in the Findlay community. Likewise we are attempting to organize further promotional efforts for radio.

March 10, 2022

Through the generosity of our friends at City Uniforms and Linen, we organized and shipped twelve pallets of medical/sanitation supplies to DTCare.