Olena Zelenska Foundation Olena Zelenska Foundation

We are restoring the human capital of Ukraine


Olena Zelenska

My name is Olena Zelenska. Thank you for visiting the website of my Foundation.

Today, everyone in Ukraine is using their resources and abilities to prompt victory.

Over these long months of the full-scale invasion, together with our partners, both Ukrainian and foreign, we have implemented a lot of socially important projects, including the purchase of medical equipment, delivery of humanitarian aid, evacuation of children abroad, etc.

However, new needs and requests arise every day. So resources are needed to continue and expand our initiatives to help as many people as possible.

To act most efficiently, I am establishing this Foundation.

I want to use my resources and international connections to attract foreign investments to restore and improve people's lives in Ukraine because I believe that the restoration of the whole country begins with an individual.

We have all changed and tempered in recent times. We have realized that the efforts and help from each of us matter. Just like every individual matters. Since it is an individual that is the main value in Ukraine.

So, my Foundation is about people and for people. Join in!

Olena Zelenska


Every person in Ukraine deserves to feel physically and mentally healthy, safe, and able to exercise their right to education and build a future in their native country.



We are rebuilding a hospital in Izium. 140,000 patients were left without medical care due to the hospital's destruction by Russian missiles. We provide vehicles for medical evacuation. The Foundation also supported a project to provide psychosocial support to children affected by the full-scale invasion. 


Children need to continue their education because it is their future. The Foundation provided over 50 thousand laptops and tablets to the frontline and border regions of Ukraine. In addition, the Foundation is rebuilding and equipping bomb shelters in schools and kindergartens, and has supported a project to create educational spaces called “Superheroes Schools” in children's hospitals.

Humanitarian aid

The Foundation has supported one in three large foster families in Ukraine, each of which raises 5 to 10 children deprived of parental care, by providing humanitarian aid. In addition, the Foundation has already implemented the first wave of the “Room for Childhood” project, building 14 houses for large foster families who have lost their homes due to the full-scale war.

Our values:

Human Focused
All our work aims to improve people's lives because people and their well-being are the basis of any democratic country.
We work with the audit company Ernst & Young and report annually to the people and partners who help Ukrainians through the Foundation.
The best results are achieved in cooperation. Therefore, we are grateful to our partners for their help and are proud that we can be a practical guide to helping people in Ukraine.
A healthy and entire life should be accessible to everyone.

We cooperate with foreign businesses, international agencies, and other foundations that want to invest in restoring the human capital of Ukraine. Each of these organizations plays a separate and significant role in helping Ukraine.

How do we work?

How do we work?

Receive requests from people who need help

Find partners

Implement the project

Monitor the project to completion and provide transparent reporting afterward

The quarter report

We now report concerning the Foundation’s activities in “Humanitarian Aid”, “Education” and “Healthcare” areas for quarter I 2024.

During January–March, we managed to transfer 60 tons of humanitarian aid to large foster families in the Dnipropetrovsk region and give the “Room for Childhood” to 3 more families left homeless due to the war.

We provide schoolchildren with gadgets to ensure that they study at least online. During this time, we have transferred the next 5,000 devices to schoolchildren in 10 regions. Another 3,000 devices are waiting to be shipped from our warehouse.

We presented the results of a pilot study – the “Future Index.” They will form a basis for public policy to improve the well-being of our children in the future.

The Foundation’s new projects include restoring the Children’s Creative and Sports Center in Borodianka town and the stadium in Hostomel. There the children will be able to develop their creative and athletic talents.

In addition, in this quarter I, we transferred 27 evacuation ambulance vehicles to the front-line regions. Even now these vehicles are saving someone’s life.

Read more about our quarter I outcomes below.

The quarter report
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