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Educational scholarship program for the most vulnerable children for the academic year 2023-2024

Based on the successful scholarship program for the 2022/2023 academic year, which helped over 800 students, the Foundation has organized fundraising and the implementation of a scholarship program for the 2023/2024 academic year.

Scholarships are intended for students in grades 1-11. Ukrainian children have the opportunity to study remotely using the best lessons and author's educational materials from the "Optima" distance school.

Scholarships are created to help children in the following categories:

    • children whose parents died in the war;

    • evacuated from territories of active hostilities;

    • living in frontline and temporarily occupied territories;

    • children whose parents are military personnel;

    • those with post-traumatic consequences and health problems.

Scholarships cover the annual tuition cost at the 'Optima' school on various tuition packages or provide compensation for the majority of the payment (ranging from 30% to 100% of the tuition cost).

For children with health impairments and those whose parents have died in the war, the scholarship amounts to 100% of the annual tuition cost, regardless of the chosen package.

Applications for scholarships are accepted from children living in Ukraine, including occupied territories, and those who have been displaced and currently reside abroad. All applications received are processed by the Foundation and the school. To receive a scholarship, parents/guardians must provide documentary evidence of the child's status.

We invite you to join us in helping Ukrainian children who have suffered during the war. They will be able to study using high-quality distance educational materials, obtain education certificates, and plan their successful futures!

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A charitable scholarship program for children with special educational needs in the 2023/2024 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.