About the foundation

Who we are

The Victor Pinchuk Foundation, an international, private and non-partisan philanthropic foundation based in Ukraine, was established in 2006 by businessman and philanthropist Victor Pinchuk.

Our vision

We believe that the future has to be addressed now and that each of us has the power to act.

We believe that empowered future generations can be a major driver of change.

We believe that long-term and large scale social investments can create a favorable environment enabling people to take their destinies into their own hands.

Our mission

Our goal is to empower future generations to become the change makers of tomorrow. To achieve this goal, we develop a variety of projects, build partnerships in Ukraine and worldwide, and invest in three main areas:

  • in people, to boost human capital,
  • in society, to promote social responsibility,
  • in the world, to foster a more integrated world.
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3nd Munich Ukrainian Lunch

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Ukrainian breakfast in Davos

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TV-report about 11th Forum of scholarship programs

14.07.2018

TV-report about 11th Forum of scholarship programs

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Victor Pinchuk Foundation Has Purchased Expendables For Volyn Cradles of Hope Centre

04.09.2019

In continuation of its systemic efforts to provide technical support to Cradles of Hope partner centres, the Victor Pinchuk Foundation has purchased expendables for the breathing support equipment for the newborn anaesthesiology unit of the Volyn Oblast Children’s Territorial Medical Association, amounting overall UAH 59 220.

Victor Pinchuk Foundation has helped with replacement of ultrasound transducer at Cradles of Hope centre in Kyiv Perinatal Centre

21.08.2019

Continuing the efforts for systemic support of the Cradles of Hope partner centres, the Victor Pinchuk Foundation has helped to purchase a new ultrasound microconvex transducer for the Kyiv Perinatal Centre by providing an amount of UAH 75 000 for that purpose. The transducer will be used for ultrasound examinations at the infant intensive care unit.

The "BDayVyklyk: First Breath" project has handed a resuscitator to the Cradles of Hope centre in Khmelnytsky

15.08.2019

As part of the "BDayVyklyk: First Breath" project initiated by Ukrainian national Kateryna Sadova, on 14 August the 10th resuscitator NeoPuff TM RD-900 was handed over to the Victor Pinchuk Foundation's Cradles of Hope centre operating on the basis of the Khmelnytsky city perinatal centre. Ukrainians concerned about the problem of premature baby treatment have raised UAH 125,365 worth of the device on the Ukrainian Philanthropic Marketplace online platform.

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