The war in Ukraine has led to the suffering of thousands of innocent people. In this difficult time for Ukraine, we united in order to create a fund for providing comprehensive assistance to all those affected by the war. By making a donation to the fund, you provide not only financial assistance, but also give hope for a better life and faith in a a brighter future

Get back to life

The project provides treatment and rehabilitation for military and civilians affected by the war

Humanitarian aid

Through cooperation with international charitable organizations, we provideassistance to the civilian population

Housing reconstruction

The project provides assistance in restoring housing for those affected byof hostilities on the territory of Ukraine

Other projects

We create many projects for those in need


Our goal is to provide comprehensive humanitarian assistance to the needy civilian population affected by the war on a daily basis

The Charity Foundation FOR THE PROTECTION OF VICTIMS OF WAR was established to provide assistance to the civilian population, which is subjected to daily devastating attacks from the aggressor country. Ordinary citizens of Ukraine are forced to survive due to lack of food and water, live in destroyed houses, and are deprived of the opportunity to use the infrastructure in their settlements due to its destruction.

  • TransparencyThe Foundation regularly publishes reports on the receipt of humanitarian aid, the use of donations, and keeps a report on each project on its website.
  • ProfessionalismThe Foundation employs representatives of various fields, which undoubtedly affects the efficiency of the Foundation's work.
  • Relevance and efficiency The Foundation is guided by the principle of priority support for the most needy categories of the population when providing charitable assistance


Your donation will help us support Ukrainians who have sufferedas a result of the war

Destroyed housing

To date, the Russian occupiers have destroyed more than 15 million square metres of Ukrainian housing.More than 800,000 peoplehave lost their homes or need to have their homes need to be repaired

Internal displaced persons

Ukrainians who were forced to leave their homes. There are currently 4.8 million registered internally displaced persons in Ukraine, but their actual number is almost 7 million

Children and war

In the war in Ukraine, children are innocent victims, hostages of the situation. More than 15,500 children in Ukraine have been affected by the war. Children need help and protection in this difficult time

Animals during the war

Через війну кількість тварин у притулках і на утриманні зооволонтерів в Україні зросла в середньому на 60%. Притулки потребують допомоги на порятунок та утримання тварин.

Our projects

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Construction materials


Personal care products

Household chemicals


Clothes for adults and children

Pet food

Our team

Fund management

Andriy Maratovych Tarasov
Foundation Chairman
Gladun Igor Mykolayovych
Deputy Chairman of the Fund
Antoniuk Andrii Anatoliiovych
Head of Kyiv branch

Our volunteers

Our blog

Many interesting things happen in the life of our foundation

We share the latest events with you

Oct. 1, 2023, 1:11 p.m. 200
Best wishes for the Day of the Defender of Ukraine in 2023!

This is a great national holiday that is designed to honour all those heroes and heroines who courageously defend our homeland from enemies.

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Aug. 28, 2023, 3:59 p.m. 233
Gratitude from the Armed Forces of Ukraine

It is a great honour and gratitude to receive gratitude from the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

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Aug. 28, 2023, 3:37 p.m. 273
At the forefront of defence

Today, we are especially proud to tell you about Andriy Antoniuk, who is not only a member of our team as Deputy Director of the Foundation and Head of the Kyiv branch, but has now become part of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, standing at the forefront of defending our country.

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