Immersive experience, Art & Charity Event
Help us save lives by keeping field hospitals running

Jan 26, 6 pm - 1 am
Temple San Francisco
540 Howard st


The situation with the electricity supply in Ukraine remains difficult. About 50% of the critical energy infrastructure remains damaged. One of the most vital tasks is to continue supplying generators for medical institutions, where doctors often work by the light of lanterns.

The goal is to raise $50,000 and purchase cold-weather supplies for field hospitals.

  • Mobile field hospitals and "stabilization points" are the healthcare facilities closest to the front lines. Wounded soldiers and civilians are brought there to be given urgent treatment and to be stabilized for further transit to larger hospitals.
  • A reliable electricity supply is essential to operating these facilities, but they can no longer rely on the grid due to Russian attacks on infrastructure. Therefore, portable generators are required. These are typically 5-8kW units that cost approximately $2,000-$3,000 in Europe.
  • Once battlefield wounds are treated in the field, hypothermia is a major risk. Therefore, other means of keeping the patients warm are also needed: thermal blankets, sleeping bags, heaters, etc.

Yuri Kubrushko, Leleka's Ukraine Project Coordinator, is in constant touch with front-line medics and doctors at field hospitals. Due to the intensity of the fighting, cold temperatures, and the damage to infrastructure, he is seeing extremely high demand. "The most requested items right now are generators, thermal blankets, sleeping bags, and other gear to help deal with the cold and prevent hypothermia in patients," says Yuri. Leleka buys this equipment using funds raised from the public and delivers them directly to front-line units and hospitals, free of charge, based on availability and need.


This event is a unique chance to emphasize the daily life of Ukrainians who are forced to spend most of their time in dark bomb shelters through an immersive theater experience.

Explore art from talented Ukrainian artists and even buy some at the charity auction
Enjoy Ukrainian DJs
Try delicious food and drinks from Ukrainian Chef Anna Voloshyna
Connect with the Ukrainian community
6 PM - 9 PM
Art exhibit and auction, Ukrainian hors d'oeuvres, immersive theater experience, socializing
9 PM - 1 AM
Music by Ukrainian DJs in the main dance space, art exhibit continues.

The event’s language is English. We invite everyone in the Bay Area and beyond - you will enjoy this if you have no connection to Ukraine. An interest in art, food, or music is enough.


Ukrainian artists from all over the country come to San Francisco to raise funds for generators needed at mobile hospitals in Ukraine.

You’ll get an exclusive opportunity to explore art as a part of an exhibition, hear the stories behind every piece that interests you from the artists themself and purchase your favorite paintings during the live auction.

30% of every piece of art sold at the event will be donated to Leleka Foundation and Volia Fund to provide Ukrainian mobile hospitals with critical equipment, including power generators so that they can continue saving lives.


DJ Bindu

is a young artist who has had the pleasure of playing in the Bay area for the last several years. Originally from Kyiv, Ukraine. Based in San Jose, California. Seeking a groove and considering music as storytelling.Inspired by artists like Sébastien Léger, Pablo Bolivar, Black Coffee, Kollektiv Turmstrasse, Alix Perez, and many others.


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will pick up the beats and heat them up some more. Duserock has been bringing heat to dance floors for over two decades. He has played festivals like Outside Lands and Bottlerock and opened for the likes of Katy Perry, Sting and Sheryl Crow. He is a founding member of the electronic act, ThrillHammer, as well as the Label Boss of Finely Tuned Recordings. Previous releases can be found on Hardkiss Music, Paper Recordings, Royal Soul Recordings, and Smokin' Beats.


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is an Icarus resident DJ who has been playing for years. Ilya Polyakov aka DJ MOSF3T got infected by DJing and electronic music production after his first trip to Burning Man in 2007. The participatory nature of the burner community made this creative outlet a no-brainer, electronic music was an inseparable part of Ilya’s life already. Simply experiencing electronic music was no longer enough – it must be created, controlled, molded. Seeing Jeff MIlls back at the old Limelight in NYC, experiencing Shpongle under the stars of the North California mountains had an almost religious effect. Growing up in the club scene of 1990s NYC, moving through Toronto in the middle of the DnB peak, and ending up at early 2000 psy-trance parties of the Bay Area, the influences reach far and wide. Sprinkle on decades of professional work in robotics and building art for fun, and you get a diverse tapestry of sound shaped by technology and art. His music style is Playa Tech, Deep Tech, Techno.


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DJ Paka

will be closing the party with the most upbeat tracks that will keep you going, just like coffee. He will be playing power house and electro with tones of techno.

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Full Experience Early Bird
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Leleka Foundation is a 501c3 non-profit with teams in Ukraine and the US. Since 2014, we have focused on supplying front-line medics with everything they need to save lives. Since the start of the full-scale invasion in February 2022, Leleka has raised over $5M and delivered thousands of first aid kits, field medicine supplies, hospital equipment, and consumables. Leleka Foundation is entirely volunteer-run. More about the Leleka Foundation projects and results here.

Volia Fund is a partnership platform fostering target tech-rich projects in defense, research, manufacturing, and education that protect and boost well-being in Ukraine.