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The Ukraine 3000 International Charitable Foundation

The Ukraine 3000 International Charitable Foundation is an independent, nonprofit, nonpolitical charitable organization, founded in Kyiv in 2001. The Foundation’s mission is to do good and encourage others to do so as well.

The Foundation works in three major areas – Historical and Cultural Area, Medical Area, and Educational Area.

Historical and Cultural Area combines programs aimed at the development of museum business, monuments preservation, supports historical, archeological, and cultural studies research and artistic event, promoting true knowledge about Ukraine’s past, and introducing international standards into the area of culture.

Medical Area implements programs and projects aimed at solving issues related to motherhood and children’s support, improving patient care and rehabilitation institutions network, taking care of children with special needs. The key priority of the Foundation in this area is building a state-of-the-art Children’s Hospital for critically ill children of Ukraine.

Educational Area deals with programs and projects aimed at launching a dialog in the society on education, medicine of the future, supporting talented youth.

Creating this Foundation, we sought to make it as useful for Ukraine as possible. We tried to figure out our society’s most urgent needs in the vortex of modern life. Our conclusion was that people indispensably need to believe in certain prospects for the country, for their families, and for themselves, no matter how they picture these prospects. One needs to be certain that the period of instability and problems will come to an end, if one believes in the future with all one’s heart and puts much effort into building it up.

This is precisely our goal: help Ukraine to build up her own future, become herself, and fulfill her global mission. The Foundation’s mission has been formulated based on this goal: promote the search for the best trajectory of development for the Ukrainian society and explain it to the Ukrainians.

Personal participation by everyone, joint actions, work for the common good are the principles laying the basis for the Foundation’s activity. Our major aspiration is to disseminate these ideas, make them dominate in the society, and unite as many adherents of these ideas as possible. Every representative of the Ukrainian people has to understand that s/he is in the highlight, s/he is the main character, and much depends on her/his contribution.

Our views are shared by tens of thousands of people and hundreds of organizations. They have succeeded themselves and are prepared to help their country.

We are deeply grateful to all working with us and supporting us. Our joint action is very important, because due to it Ukraine is getting better every day.

We invite everyone sharing our goals and principles to support our Foundation. Together we can do more!

God bless Ukraine!

Kateryna Yushchenko,

Head of the Supervisory Board


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19 November 2014 12:59
World Giving Index 2014 Ukraine on place 103
The data we have here clearly does not represent the engagement of Ukrainians in charitable giving, comments Oleksandr Maksymchuk, President of the Association of Charities of Ukraine. Given the present situation in the country, Ukraine experiences an unusual positive growth in the charitable sector. For Ukrainians the engagement across all types of giving is now a commonplace activity. The Revolution of Dignity changed our society completely as both citizens and businesses throughout the country demonstrate high levels of social responsibility. The pro-European rallies united Ukrainians and manifested the importance of mutual help and support. Today we do everything in our power to help the soldiers who are defending our sovereignty in the east. And we are confident that in the future the generosity of our people will only grow stronger. »»

17 November 2014 19:35
Maryna Antonova spoke at the conference Healthcare Reforms in Ukraine
Along with Mick Mullay, Public Private Partnership Development Program COP, Maryna Antonova delivered a presentation at the PPP in Ukraine: experience, opportunities and challenges for healthcare sector conference session. »»

9 November 2014 11:51
American orthopedic surgeon Dr. Roman Hayda visits Ukraine

6 November 2014 20:00
Maryna Antonova at Charity for the Children event: The quantity of your project must grow into the quality of your project

28 October 2014 12:47
James Temerty visits the NOVO Medical Center

26 October 2014 13:11
Babylon 13 receives Ukraine 3000 cinema award

15 October 2014 16:09
Lviv NOVO Medical Center to be opened by Childrens Hospital of the Future

1 October 2014 15:40
CAAU and Ukraine 3000 deliver Emergency bandages to the defenders of Ukraine

30 September 2014 16:11
Ukraine 3000 to organize the Charitable Ukraine Competition

24 September 2014 14:11
Ukraine 3000 and the Association of Charities deliver TVs to the Irpin Military Hospital


  



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