About what kind of outlet issued such cash checks, not reported. However, the material on the Ukrainian TV, it was stated that the cash register "could be cracked for the purpose of provocation."
The check was reportedly received by Dmitry Korchinsky, who is in the circle of Ukrainian radicals.
It should be noted here that a few days ago the aforementioned Kiva announced the creation of special groups of patrols from among the "veterans of the ATO." These patrols should assist the national police to patrol the streets and identify sympathizers of the “aggressor” and “separatists”. It can be assumed that it was such a national-radical patrol who discovered an encroachment on Ukrainian self-identity and independence.
If at first patrols are funded from volunteer sources, then Kiva plans to transfer them to receive funds from local budgets. If we consider that in Dneprodzerzhinsk, the radicals shot the taxi driver's leg for speaking Russian and refused to answer “Glory to Ukraine”, then Kiva's patrols are unlikely to do anything else.