We Ukrainians, entrepreneurs from different industries, have come together to help Ukraine win.
This is our country. This is our land. This is our life, our future and the future of the whole world. Today, everyone must stand up for Ukraine. Victory is our common overriding goal. Using our many years of experience, skills and abilities, a wide base of contacts in Ukraine and abroad, the support of foreign partners, we accumulate all this to help our country win the war.
Simply put, we know how to find and mobilize resources to meet the country's critical needs.
Our troops on the front line must survive and be well protected. Our priority is protective equipment.
The second direction is to provide our soldiers with medicines, supply the necessary drugs and equipment for military hospitals.
The third area is assistance to temporarily displaced persons - transportation, accommodation and psychological assistance.
The Charitable Foundation by the Hero of
Ukraine Borys Voznytskyy is engaged in the revival and preservation of the historical and cultural heritage of Ukraine. And since 2014, this is the assistance of the Armed Forces - meeting the needs of the military, supply of medicines, implementation of psychological assistance programs for veterans. The Foundation is currently expanding its activities to assist Ukraine in defeating the enemy.
Everyone can help. Just do more for Ukraine!
Voznytskyy Foundation, wants to share with you the news of a large consignment of medical
Caritas Archidiecezji Warszawskiej is a permanent partner of the Voznytsky Foundation. Sincere words of gratitude
We are grateful to the Foundation «Twoja Widzialna Ręka» for its humanitarian assistance. Thanks to
Charitable Foundation named after Borys Voznytsky is proud of his cooperation with our partners -
Borys Voznytskyy (1926-2012)
- Ukrainian art historian, director of the Lviv Art Gallery, academician of the Ukrainian Academy of Arts, Hero of Ukraine (2005), laureate of the Taras Shevchenko National Prize (1990), Honored Worker of Culture of Ukraine and Poland, President of the Ukrainian National Committee of the International Council of Museums (ICOM).