Charitable foundation

Support civilians in WAR

 

   In 2008 Ustin Maltsev, public activist and businessman, having understood and recognized society's need in honest, responsible, systematic and transparent charity, established the charitable foundation. The idea behind the foundation was the social responsibility of an individual in a modern society. The Ustin Maltsev Charitable Foundation in Kherson region, Ukraine was registered on June 5, 2008.
   The Ustin Maltsev Foundation is a private independent charitable foundation that unites people of honor and good will. The foundation aims to support healthcare, education, culture, spirituality and to promote healthy lifestyle for younger generation.

Volunteers deliver aid under shelling and bombardment.<br />
03.09.2022
Volunteers deliver aid under shelling and bombardment.
  In recent weeks, hostilities have escalated in the Kherson region. Electricity and water supp... Read more
The work of volunteers is difficult, but continues
25.08.2022
The work of volunteers is difficult, but continues   Despite the complication of the movement of humanitarian cargo across the border of the Zapor... Read more
Volunteers continue to help
10.08.2022
Volunteers continue to help   With the advent of difficult wartime, the life of the civilian population of the Kherson regi... Read more
The civilian population is supported by volunteers
24.07.2022
The civilian population is supported by volunteers    Despite the great difficulties in delivering humanitarian aid to hospitals and orphanag... Read more
Volunteers join forces to help the residents of Kherson
10.07.2022
Volunteers join forces to help the residents of Kherson   A lot of patrons and sponsors are helping Ukraine now. But what about Kherson and the region,... Read more
Residents of Belozerka are grateful to the volunteers!
24.06.2022
Residents of Belozerka are grateful to the volunteers!   Volunteers continue to collect funds and transfer food and hygiene products to the villages o... Read more
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