Send your message to the Russian Invaders!

You have a chance to send a greeting to orcs with your text written on an artillery shell.
You will receive a photo a signed shell with your ordered text. Or you can even sign a M777 howitzer.

our goal Our goal:
$1 000 000
received donations Received donations:
$725,072

Crowdfunding description

our goal Crowdfunding goal:
$14,052 / $14,052
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Text restrictions:
- Only easy drawings (smile, heart etc).
- No bad words about politicians (except Russian)
- No hard languages: Chinese, Georgian, Hebrew and similar to them. - No texts that can lead to international problems.

How it works?

Soldiers at the front lines will write your ordered message in permanent marker on an artillery shell.
All donations will be spent on Support for Ukraine.

Step 1. What to send?
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Text restrictions:
- Only easy drawings (smile, heart etc).
- No bad words about politicians (except Russian)
- No hard languages: Chinese, Georgian, Hebrew and similar to them. - No texts that can lead to international problems.
You can ask to write almost any text: - Wish someone a Happy Birthday - Ask for a Date - Instagram - Send greetings to Putin
Step 2. Where to write on?
Choose an option: photo of a signed shell, video of firing a shell with your text, or even a M777 howitzer!
Step 3. Donate to support!
Make a donation. SignMyRocket funds are sent directly to a Ukrainian NGO. If you have problems you can contact [email protected]
Step 4. Profit!
You will receive a confirmation message via email that you used while making an order. Make sure to mark it as not spam.

Write your text on an M777 howitzer!!

UNIQUE OFFER!

Your message will be written with white paint on the entire side of the
M777 barrel!
The text will not be erased.
You will receive photos and videos of a signed M777 firing.

Choose where to write

Text on 155 mm

The M777 howitzer is a towed 155 mm artillery piece.
The M777 cost is 2.025 million USD per unit
Shell - M795
Effective firing range - 22.5 km (14.0 mi)

Text on M982 Excalibur

Excalibur was developed as a longer-range alternative to conventional artillery shells, with GPS guidance for improved accuracy.
Unit cost - $112.8k.
Caliber - 155 mm
Excalibur`s accuracy - 4m (the same as Himars`es)

Text & sticker on Su-24

Your text will be written on the side of a Ukrainian Su-24.
Your signed jet will continue flying with your message written on it.
Before making a donation or starting crowdfunding for your audience - contact the support to discuss all questions.

Art Work on 152mm

Get your ordered drawing on a 152mm caliber shell.
We can draw your logo, a huge dick, or any other stuff you want.
Just send a picture with an order number to the support email.

Text on R-27ER rocket

R-27 is an air-to-air missile. The missile is carried by the MiG-29.
Length 4.08 m (13.4 ft)
Operational range: up to 130 km
Mass: 253 kg
R-27 provides interception of aircraft and UAVs in long-range and close air combat, as well as cruise missiles

Crowdfunding "Fury" UAV

Help the Ukrainian army in their fight by donating to buy the "Fury" UAVs. It is a Ukrainian reconnaissance UAV. The 110th brigade needs it for artillery spotting. The last drone they had was lost during a military operation, but with it`s help they destroyed 9 howitzers, 4 MRLS, 20 soldiers.
our goal Goal:
$14,904 / $24,000

*It usually takes 3 weeks, but that can be affected by multiple factors such as unit availability, internet connection, order amount etc.

Order your video

Video of firing a 155mm with text

You can order your personal text on a 155mm shell and get a record of it being fired by the howitzer M777.
On the video you will see your text on the signed shell while it is being loaded, and then the shot.

Our Results

How many shells were fired, and how much money were raised to help the Ukrainian armed forces

Donations
$725,072
Ordered Signs
3137
Cars
77
Optics / Thermal Vision
45
Drones
55
Communications
25
Starlinks
27
Other
$160,000+

Questions

if you have any questions you can contact [email protected] . Or maybe you will find answers in popular questions

What payment methods do you accept?
We accept donations via PayPal, Revolut, GooglePay, Visa, Mastercard, ETH, BTC
How can I make sure that donations will be assigned to the needs of the Ukrainian army?
We are an official NGO called "Center for Assistance to the Army, Veterans and Their Families" in operation since 2014 - Registration. Your donation goes to an official account that is noted in the Public Offer. An independent reporter has written an article about our operation for the Business Insider - Article.
How can I make sure that my sign is real and it wasn’t erased or made in photoshop?
You can see an archive of the completed orders on our social media or order a video of a shell with your text being fired,
How long does it take to receive a photo of a shell with my text?
It usually takes 3 weeks, but that can be affected by multiple factors such as unit availability, but if your sign has to be done by a specific date - let us know by sending an email to - [email protected] Video of firing a shell with your text and sign on a tank can take more than 2 weeks. No dates can be guaranteed.
If I order a video of a shell with my text written on it being fired, will I be able to see my text on it?
Yes, you will see your text on a shell while loading
Can I request a refund?
Even though this is a donation you still can be refunded in case your signature wasn't assigned to a unit or the specific option you've chosen is no longer available.
Can I send you food/medicine/drones/equipment?
There are a few delivery services that work in Ukraine. To get the shipping details and a list of necessary items contact us via e-mail - [email protected]
Do you accept donations to the National Bank of Ukraine?
We are grateful for your support to Ukraine through donations to other funds and NGO's but we can't accept them as proof of payment, because every donation we receive goes directly to the units we work with in the form of equipment, supplies, and other critical items. We work hard to cover the gaps left by the state procurement and supply chains.