Conditions of the Charity Program

The maximum amount of targeted assistance for one person (UAH)

Who can apply for assistance: individuals (Ukrainian citizens, foreigners and stateless persons, who are in Ukraine on legal grounds, who are capable), who are in difficult life circumstances as a result of damage caused by hostilities, terrorist act, armed conflict or temporary occupation.

The Law of Ukraine dated January 17, 2019 No. 2671-VIII “On Social Services” defines that difficult life circumstances are circumstances that negatively affect the life, health and development of a person, the functioning of a family, which a person/family cannot overcome on its own.

What is necessary to receive help: send to email address with information about the city, the composition of the family, the current situation and the plan for using the funds in an arbitrary form.

Priority of consideration of requests for assistance:

Group “A”:

– persons awarded the title of Hero of Ukraine;
– family members of a person awarded the title of Hero of Ukraine (including posthumously);

– servicemen who became disabled as a result of the war;

– war invalids and persons equated to them.

Group “B”:

– participants in hostilities and persons equated to them;

– parents dependent on a serviceman who died or went missing during military service;

– rehabilitated persons who became disabled as a result of repressions;

– veterans of military service, internal affairs bodies, national police, tax police, State Fire Protection Service, State Criminal Enforcement Service, Civil Defense Service;

– persons with disabilities of the first and second groups, disabled children;

– citizens who suffered as a result of the Chernobyl disaster, classified in the first category, liquidators of the accident at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, who belong to the second category;

– children who have been diagnosed with a disability related to the disaster at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant;

– participants of the anti-terrorist operation and persons who carried out measures to ensure national security and defense, repel and contain the armed aggression of the Russian Federation in the Donetsk and Luhansk regions.

Group “C”:

– families with children, in which the long-term illness of the parents prevents them from fulfilling their parental duties;

– families raising children with disabilities and families with children whose parents have disabilities;

– families with children, where the parents are labor migrants;

– low-income families with children;

– families whose children are in institutions of institutional care and education;

– families whose children are placed in the family of a foster carer;

– internally displaced persons;

– large families;

– minor single mothers (fathers);

– children who are being raised in the families of guardians, custodians, foster families, family-type children’s homes;

– persons from among orphans and children deprived of parental care;

– persons with special educational needs.

Priority is given to internally displaced persons and large families.