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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The War in Ukraine and the Future of the World Online conversation


The 5th Munich Ukrainian Lunch on Ukraine’s and Europe’s Security


YES online conversation on “Doom: The Politics of Catastrophe” by Niall Ferguson


Threats to Ukraine’s Security, and What the International Community Can Do

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Volodymyr Zelensky, President of Ukraine, tells Davos Ukrainian Breakfast, organized by Victor Pinchuk Foundation, “Continued global support gives me boundless energy to finish this war”


On May 25, 2022 in Davos (Switzerland), the Victor Pinchuk Foundation, and international investment advisory group EastOne, hosted the Ukrainian Breakfast Discussion, their traditional private event organized on the occasion of the Annual Meeting of the World Economic Forum (WEF). The discussion focused on what is at stake in Ukraine, and what international partners can do to support Kyiv amidst Russia’s war in Ukraine. Where is the war going, what steps must be taken now, and what is the strategic perspective for the future of Ukraine, Europe and the world?

Ukrainian leaders call on the world, and especially Europe, to act now to begin rebuilding Ukraine


Today, a discussion “How to return after suffering” with Ivan Fedorov, Mayor of Melitopol, Anatolii Fedoruk, Mayor of Bucha, Vadym Boichenko, Mayor of Mariupol, Oleksiy Kuleba, Head of the Kyiv Regional State Administration, and Eugene Finkel, Associate Professor, School of Advanced International Studies, Johns Hopkins University, was held in the Russian War Crimes House in Davos. Kersti Kaljulaid, President of Estonia (2016-2021), moderated the event.

Russian War Crimes House now open in Davos


Today the official opening of the Russian War Crimes House took place at the occasion of the Annual Meeting of the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos. The project, organized by the Victor Pinchuk Foundation and PinchukArtCentre in partnership with the Office of the President of Ukraine, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine and the Ukrainian Association of Professional Photographers is located in the former Russia House at Davos. It is designed to help bring the horrific reality of Russia’s aggression in Ukraine to the attention of the world.

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