Safe
education

Russia’s war against Ukraine has been going on for more than half a year. During this time, thousands of Ukrainian civilians died, tens of thousands were wounded, and millions were forced to flee the war. Children became one of the main victims of the war.

1 educational institutions were damaged by bombings and shelling
1 of them were destroyed
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64% of schools in Ukraine have protective structures.

4 million pupils started school on September 1, 2022.

Having a shelter is not enough. It needs to be of high quality. There should be conditions for children and lessons. In many cases, we rely on the support of our friends and partners abroad.

Despite all the horrors of the war, children must learn. Education is an investment in our future and we must give this future to the next generations.

Examples

Our goal is to provide 100 Ukrainian schools with safe and high-quality shelter.

$10 000 is needed to set up a shelter in one school.
In total, we need to raise $1 million.

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Charity project
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Emllio Morenatti (AP)

With the endorsement and support of the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine, we are announcing a fundraiser to equip modern and safe shelters for Ukrainian schools. Among the applicants, we will select 100 winners who most urgently need the help of philanthropists.

Transparency and accountability are the key principles of our work in the implementation of this project. All project costs will undergo a thorough external audit.

We provide assistance with turnkey equipment
We completely cover the needs of the school and equip the shelter on a turnkey basis
Emllio Morenatti (AP)
We completely cover the needs of the school and equip the shelter on a turnkey basis
We implement the project according to the highest standards of transparency and accountability. All expenses will undergo a thorough external audit
Emllio Morenatti (AP)
We implement the project according to the highest standards of transparency and accountability. All expenses will undergo a thorough external audit

What can be bought:

A shelter is not only a place, but also a significant amount of equipment, in particular:

Places for sitting/lying (benches, bunks, chairs, beds, etc.)
Containers with drinking (2 liters per day per person)
Tightly closed remote tanks for sewage (for non-sewered buildings and structures)
Backup artificial lighting (electric lanterns, candles, kerosene lamps, etc.)
Primary fire extinguishing means
Means of providing medical care
Means of communication and notification (telephone, radio receiver)
entrenching tools
HOW IT WORKS
1

Donors contribute. KSE Foundation guarantees that these funds will be used effectively and legally. After the implementation of the project, each donor receives a report on the implementation of his donation.

2

Schools apply. Every school in Ukraine can take part in the program. Priority is given to schools that:

  • are located in relative proximity to the war zone;
  • located in the border regions with Belarus;
  • are located near critical infrastructure facilities.

Among the applicants, we will select schools that most urgently need the help of philanthropists.

3

Turnkey project implementation. The KSE Foundation conducts an assessment of the necessary construction works and equipment. It fully ensures the purchase of the necessary equipment and materials.

4

Reporting. KSE Foundation checks all necessary documents and sends a report to the donor.

Collected funds

Applications 53
Collected: 195100$ Goal: 1000000$
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Who
we are

KSE Charitable Foundation is de jure two foundations, one registered in the US, 501.c.3, and another in Ukraine.

KSE Foundation is 3rd the most effective fundraising initiative according to Forbes Ukraine.

Government supports us

Ukrainian-based KSE Charitable Foundation was established in 2007 as a subsidiary of its non-profit corporation in the United States. Originally, with a focus on providing scholarships for it’s students. Once the full-scale Russian invasion started KSE Foundation and Ukrainian businesses and state-owned companies launched a humanitarian aid campaign for Ukraine.

The US foundation has more than 20 years of experience and has a track record of humanitarian relief efforts in the 1990s, 2004, 2013-2016, and now in 2022. It is focused on medical and humanitarian directions. It is a vehicle for obtaining substantial grants from international companies and foundations.

KSE Foundation Results

7 months of war = collected 37087372 dollars raised
HELMETS

~ 12 000

MEDICAL KITS

~ 39 000

SAFETY VESTS

~ 24 000