We continue the scholarship program for Ukrainian children for the 2023/2024 academic year!

We continue the scholarship program for Ukrainian children for the 2023/2024 academic year!

The Charitable Foundation “Children's Future” announces the extension of the scholarship program for Ukrainian schoolchildren for the upcoming academic year. This initiative provides an opportunity to receive a quality education at the “Optima” school. Over 500 students are already studying with materials from the first and largest distance school in Ukraine. The charitable foundation plans to extend the program for students in grades 1-11 for at least another 300 students.

The program became possible thanks to a partnership with the “Optima” distance school and the Beisheim Stiftung Foundation. Special attention is given to children who have experienced the loss of parents during the war, were evacuated from areas of active hostilities, reside in frontline and temporarily occupied territories, as well as those who suffer from post-traumatic consequences and have health impairments.

A significant aspect of this program is the guarantee of 100% coverage of the annual tuition cost for students with health impairments and for children whose parents died in the war.

The Charitable Foundation “Children's Future” emphasizes its unwavering commitment to helping Ukrainian children receive a quality education regardless of circumstances or place of residence.

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11.27.2023
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