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Current Projects

The Zagoriy Foundation pays special attention to reforms in the field of education and science, supports the preservation of cultural heritage and promotes the development of contemporary art.

Looking for Sunny Days: A Book about Charity

“Looking for Sunny Days” — the first publication about charity for children in Ukraine.

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Looking for Sunny Days: A Book about Charity

Osnovy Publishing, in partnership with the Zagoriy Foundation, created the book “Looking for Sunny Days” — the first publication about charity for children in Ukraine. We believe that empathy and the habit of helping others develop from childhood, and this book will help parents instill a sense of kindness and care for others in their children.

Danilo Halyko, author and indie musician from Blooms Corda, has written the book, and Polina Doroshenko has drawn incredible illustrations. The book’s main characters are Zizi and Zuzu, brother and sister. Following their example, children can learn how to help and do good deeds.

After all, helping is, first of all, about showing attention and care. And it is these pleasant feelings of giving that the book “Looking for Sunny Day” broadcasts. Even the usual suggestion to hide a traveler under an umbrella in the rain is an expression of caring that can make you happier. The book’s characters have many more such stories — they will not leave indifferent, neither children nor adults.

This book will inspire you, your children, nephews, or younger brothers and sisters to make great stories and good deeds and will be a good gift for the coming holidays.

The book can be purchased in Ukraine and worldwide on the Osnovy Publishing website.

Grant for a workshop together with Platfor.ma

2021

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Grant for a workshop together with Platfor.ma

Grant for the workshop “Creative Communications for Social Change” together with Platfor.ma Media.

In the summer of 2021, the Zagoriy Foundation launched the first wave of a grant for a workshop on social projects to teach organizations to break the information noise and create extraordinary campaigns.

Among all the applications, together with the partner – the storytelling agency and the online magazine Platfor.ma, we selected three finalists. Everyone received a workshop «Creative Communications for Social Change» as a gift from the team and two months of consulting support. The winners are Ekodia — an NGO that brings together experts and activists around the idea of ​​environmental protection, Peace School — an NGO that specializes in achieving positive and sustainable change through dialogue and renewal practices and the International Documentary Film Festival on Human Rights Docudays UA.

#GivingTuesday

2018-2021

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#GivingTuesday
https://givingtuesday.org.ua/

In 2018, Zagoriy Foundation initiated the All-Ukrainian Day of Good Deeds – #GivingTuesday, providing organizational and promotional support to the movement. The project was co-initiated by the Ukrainian Forum of Philanthropists, the Tabletochky Charitable Foundation, and the Klub Dobrodiiv Charitable Organization.

#GivingTuesday is a global movement that promotes giving and volunteering around the world. On November 30, 2021, actions, events, and lessons took place throughout Ukraine, aimed at promoting charitable giving in Ukraine.

Last year’s results:

  • uah 25 500 000;
  • 172 000 participants;
  • 944 activities;
  • about 714 schools.

Tactile copies of world art masterpieces for the Khanenko Museum

2021

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Tactile copies of world art masterpieces for the Khanenko Museum

Tactile copies of world art masterpieces and other means of accessibility for the Khanenko Museum.

In cooperation with the Ukrainian Cultural Foundation, the Zagoriy Foundation aims to make the most valuable collection of world art in Ukraine kept by the Khanenko Museum more accessible to blind and partially sighted people. The project plans to develop, manufacture, and implement the following accessibility tools in the museum:

  • Two stationary tactile copies of Asian art masterpieces for the permanent exposition of the museum;
  • Accompanying information boards for static tactile copies;
  • Five stands for static tactile copies and mnemonics of the museum premises;
  • Seven sets of portable tactile copies of works of art from the collection of the Khanenko Museum for educational museum events for blind/partially sighted people;
  • Two mnemonics of the museum premises.

As a result, blind and partially sighted people have much broader and better access to the most valuable collection of world art in Ukraine.

An open platform for the Ivan Honchar Museum

2021

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An open platform for the Ivan Honchar Museum

https://honchar.org.ua/

A platform on traditional Ukrainian culture has been opened for the Ivan Honchar Museum.

In cooperation with the Ukrainian Cultural Foundation, the Zagoriy Foundation has joined the creation of an online platform that will present the collection and activities of the Ivan Honchar Museum in a qualitatively new form. Using digital technologies and media tools, the platform will cover Ukrainian traditional folk culture in modern scientific language, thoroughly present tangible and intangible cultural heritage, and innovative research in this field.

The online portal will attract different age groups, will contain educational products and interactive forms of information. The English version of the website will help attract an international audience.

Charity Dialogues Workshop

2021-…

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Charity Dialogues Workshop

Charity Dialogues Workshop from Zagoriy Foundation and The Aspen Institute Kyiv

On September 3-4, 2021, an important workshop for the charitable sector Charity Dialogues was held by the Zagoriy Foundation and The Aspen Institute Kyiv. Its main goal is to create opportunities to discuss the development of philanthropic activities in Ukraine.

Ukrainian philanthropists and patrons took part in the workshop. We believe that dialogue will help introduce new approaches to understanding processes and come to an agreement. The more often philanthropists come together to find answers to today’s issues, the better we will understand how to respond to global and local challenges and develop charitable activities in Ukraine.