In this post, we reflect on the journey of Saint Javelin, from its humble beginnings with just a single sticker on February 16, 2022, to evolving into a dynamic brand and a beacon of advocacy for Ukraine.
In this piece, we delve into the stories of two remarkable Ukrainian artisans, Andriy Levytsky and Mykhailo Lebusov, who crafted our exclusive Saint Javelin Day collection from war parts.
It’s our honor to highlight their personal stories as part of the Defender campaign. In this article, we introduce you to Dasha Chervona, a volunteer and the co-founder of the Tylovyky fundraising initiative.
When planning the photoshoot for our Defender Collection, we didn’t want to select just regular models. Our goal was to find people who represent the values and vision that inspired us to make this line in the first place.
What started as a simple sticker has blossomed into an endeavor as ambitious as Patagonia’s, stitched with the spirit of Ukraine.
We went on our own mission to select the right fabrics, the right zippers, the right materials that would help us produce the type of quality clothing that compares to legendary outdoor brands.
In this interview with Oleksii Vykhrenko, known by his callsign "Yogurt," a cook of the 47th Separate Mechanised Brigade Magura, we delve into the profound commitment and unwavering dedication that drive him to prepare meals for the Ukrainian Armed Forces.
Now that it’s October and the summer looks like it’s actually over, it’s time for the sun to set on our Crimea Beach Party campaign for this year. Let’s recap what we achieved this summer with the Crimea Beach Party.
In our new interview series, we aim to highlight the personal stories of people who suffered from the Russian aggression and continue to fight it in different ways. Read the story of Liia, a 21-year-old Crimean activist and volunteer.
The Independence Lifeline fundraiser, organized by the Unite with Ukraine initiative by the Ukrainian World Congress and supported by Saint Javelin, generated $103,121 in 7 days. All funds raised will be used to supply Ukrainian defenders and paramedics with Quality Tactical medical supplies.
In May 2023, to bring attention to the brave Azovstal defenders who still remain in Russian captivity, we launched a limited-edition sale of ‘Our Lady of Mariupol’ illustration by the Ukrainian artist Maksym Palenko. Since then, we have donated $18,808 to the Azovstal Defender’s Families fund.