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Daruj Dobro

The Kharkiv Regional Charitable Foundation "Daruj Dobro" was established in 2011 with the aim of improving the quality of life for people in the Kharkiv region and beyond. Initially focused on supporting children, and the elderly, building playgrounds, and providing medical equipment, it has since shifted to addressing the humanitarian needs of civilians affected by the conflict with Russia, as well as supporting Ukraine's armed forces. With 24/7 operations under our director, Anatoly Rusetskyi, and support from volunteers and international organizations, the Foundation works to restore peace and stability in Ukraine.

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Projects before and during the war

Sports Grounds

Installation of modern children's and sports grounds for leisure time organization and maintenance of a healthy lifestyle among children and youth in rural areas.

Computer Classes

Openings of modern computer classes in rural Ukrainian schools.

"My Dream"

Creative contest "My Dream" - is held to support gifted children. Covers a wide range of student youth. Children are invited to write creative works (essays, poems, drawings, crafts). The best pieces are celebrated for the Independence Day of Ukraine. The competition is held every year.

"Support our doctors"

The campaign "Support our doctors" - was organized to support doctors in Ukrainian hospitals during the fight against Covid-19. We provided the hospitals with children's drawings, as well as personal protective equipment (protective masks, gloves, protective suits) and antiseptics, was organized for hospitals in rural areas.

Humanitarian aid

Provision of food and hygiene products for the civilian population in the front-line and de-occupied territories: the cities of Kharkiv, Kherson, Bakhmut, Izyum, Kupyansk, Balaklia, Chuguiv.

"Water is life" promo

Organization of delivery of more than 1,000,000 liters of drinking water to servicemen of the Armed Forces of Ukraine and the civilian population of the front-line and de-occupied territories.