Projects of the Charitable Foundation «Children's Future»

Projects in progress

The Charity Foundation "Children's Future" aids children in the field of school education, particularly distance learning. We ensure that every student has equal access to quality, innovative education regardless of their location.

We are pleased to announce the launch of a new educational initiative by the Charitable Foundation "Children’s Future" in collaboration with the online school "Optima". 

A charitable scholarship program for children with special educational needs in the 2024/2025 academic year within the scholarship program for vulnerable children.

Children whose parents died in the war receive full compensation for the educational services of the “Optima” distance school. Each child is a unique story, and we care deeply about their well-being.

The Charitable Foundation “Children’s Future,” in collaboration with the “Optima” distance school, is implementing an experimental blended learning project in Ukrainian educational institutions. This initiative aims to improve the quality of education in regions where there are difficulties in organizing the educational process.

A free program for all Ukrainian students in grades 1-11. “Optima,” the largest distance learning school in Ukraine, provides access to its unique materials for any 2 subjects for 3 months.

Implemented projects

During Russia's unprecedented attacks on Ukraine's power grid, the Foundation “Children's Future,” in collaboration with “Optima” school, provided free access to the educational platform for Ukrainian students in grades 1-5.

The Foundation is launching a new scholarship program for the 2023/2024 academic year based on the successful experience of last year when over 800 students received scholarships.

As part of the project, a scholarship program was organized for the 2022/2023 academic year for children in the most vulnerable categories. 839 students benefited from it.

In the first months of the war, we helped over 100,000 children successfully complete the 2021/2022 academic year. More than half of them studied in Ukraine, and the rest mainly in EU countries.