Projects we are supporting

Since its formation in December 2022, Future Ukraine has been the beneficiary of over $5 million AUD from Australian businesses, philanthropists and individual supporters.

Future Ukraine will regularly publicly disclose the expenditure of revenue on projects and its measurable impacts in Ukrainians’ lives.


Rebuilding a School for Children

A partnership with United24 to rebuild a school that was destroyed by a Russian missile attack. Located in the Dnipropetrovsk region, the Velykokostromska Gymnasium was the only educational institution in the village and included pre-school, primary and high school facilities.


Kyiv Rehabilitation Institute

A partnership with the United Ukraine Appeal to provide treatment to people injured by russian attacks on Ukraine.


Superhumans Center in Lviv, Ukraine

A state-of-the-art rehabilitation hospital for those who have lost limbs during the war on Ukraine. It specialises in high-tech prosthetics and helping people gain their lives back through their use, as well as psychological and emotional support. Superhumans is also strongly supported by American philanthropist Howard Buffet.


Supporting Cancer Patients

Help Ukraine Group (HUG) is a team of oncology practitioners from USA, Australia, and Ukraine formed to support cancer centers in Ukraine during the war by providing medical supplies, hardware/software, virtual and in-person training, educational materials for cancer care providers to help them fight both evils: cancer and war


Medical Evacuation Vehicles

The sourcing and purchasing of medical evacuation vehicles to transport individuals from the front line back to medical centres in major cities.


Disaster Relief

Actively assisting in various disaster relief efforts throughout Ukraine.



Supporting Ukrainian cultural diplomacy, strengthening the cultural exchange and promoting international communication through the language of images, sounds, and forms. 



 A documentary highlighting how the war against Ukraine is relevant to Australians – funded by a generous donation from Peter Howarth OAM.


Be Brave Like Ukraine

A short film – generously funded by Melbourne businessman Chris Garnaut – about the forcible kidnapping and deportation of Ukrainian children by russian occupational forces.


Tabletochki: Helping Brave Ukrainian Children Facing Two Wars

Tabletochki is Ukraine's leading charitable foundation helping children affected by cancer and their families. It is the only organization of its kind with a nationwide reach.