The safety of every Ukrainian child is our highest priority. We want all children in Ukraine to feel safe and be in secure lodging.
We believe that every Ukrainian child should have access to hot meals and food. We provide packaged foods to Ukrainian children.
Every Ukrainian child needs to have access to educational materials such as technology, school supplies, and well-being support resources.
We help children affected by the war in Ukraine by providing supplies, packaged foods, educational materials, financial support, technology, and other resources. We believe in the future of Ukrainian children and work to maximize our social impact reach.
“I value the work of the Futurevia nonprofit and appreciate for help provided to the most needed - children. The Chernihiv city revival totally depends on children being able to go to school and your help helps to return life and hope to those who were terribly affected by heavy shelling by Russians during the first four weeks of the war.”
“We are very thankful Futurevia for your support because it’s not only about the practical things, but it gives hope to Ukrainians that they are not alone.”
“Oleksandr is your typical Dartmouth student: really smart, caring, self-starting, articulate, and determined. When we first FaceTimed, he explained Futeriva’s founding and mission thoroughly and anticipated (and answered) all my questions. I told him I was confident he would soon experience just how loyal Dartmouth alums are not just to the College, but to today’s students and their causes and passions.”
Chernihiv city in Ukraine was heavily bombarded during the first month of the war and needs support with rebuilding schools and delivering educational materials to children. We are working with Chernihiv City Council to provide support to specific schools, helping one school at a time.
We help deliver humanitarian aid to Ukrainian children.
We collect, organize, and strategically deliver donations to help Ukrainian children.
We invent new solutions and support networks for supporting Ukrainian children.
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