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.
Oleksiy Ivanovskiy, Foundation Chairman, has been working in the construction industry since 2010, in particular, advising on legal and architectural aspects of construction. From the first days of the war, he started helping the war-affected by attracting assistance from foreign charities.
Andriy Antoniuk, Deputy Chairman of the Fund, has been helping victims of the first act of Russian aggression since 2014. Andriy is an experienced financial specialist and successfully cooperates with philanthropists from Ukraine and around the world.
The project provides treatment and rehabilitation for military and civilians affected by the war
Through cooperation with international charitable organizations, we provideassistance to the civilian population
The project provides assistance in restoring housing for those affected byof hostilities on the territory of Ukraine
We create many projects for those in need
The Foundation was created by representatives of civil society and is guided exclusively by its aspirations and ideals. The history of the Foundation is an integral part of the history of the struggle of Ukraine and the Ukrainian people against the Russian invaders.
The Foundation is open to any project that will help improve the quality of life of Ukrainians affected by the war. We are not a political organisation. However, we can accept charitable contributions from politicians to finance our projects if their activities do not contradict the Foundation's ideology.
The greatest value for us is the physical and psychological safety of people. The current situation in Ukraine is extremely difficult in each of these dimensions. Therefore, projects supported by the Foundation should be aimed at supporting Ukrainians in need