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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14.07.2018

TV-report about 11th Forum of scholarship programs

14.07.2018

TV-report about 11th Forum of scholarship programs

14.07.2018

TV-report about 11th Forum of scholarship programs

14.07.2018

TV-report about 11th Forum of scholarship programs

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The Victor Pinchuk Foundation Has Opened its 34th “Cradles of Hope” Neonatal Centre in Lviv

14.11.2018

The opening the “Cradles of Hope” centre in Lviv is another Victor Pinchuk Foundation’s step in implementing the cognominal project to establish a nation-wide network of neonatal centres aiming at reducing the infant mortality rate in Ukraine.

World’s leading neonatologists have shared their experience with Ukrainian doctors at the 10th conference of the Victor Pinchuk Foundation’s Cradles of Hope programme

07.11.2018

The event introduced to Ukrainian neonatologists new trends in intensive care for newborns, including nursing preterm infants.

PinchukArtCentre’s Research Platform Presents Group Exhibition “A Space of One’s Own”

05.11.2018

The exhibition attempts to highlight the specificity of the Ukrainian art context, which, having inherited outstanding contradictions of the Soviet experience, simultaneously seeks to inscribe itself, if somewhat artificially, into preexisting West European narratives.

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