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Our goal is to create a national food security system that can withstand any shocks

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One SAVE UA food package is a two-week supply of food for one Ukrainian family with children

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From the first day of the war the Fund’s team has been providing comprehensive assistance to Ukrainians affected by the war.

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Map of destruction of Ukraine's agricultural sector became a finalist in an international innovation competition

Ukrainian map of agricultural sector destruction is among the five…

"Every week, Ukrainian farmers are blown up by mines in the fields," Andriy Dykun

The Chairman of the Ukrainian Agri Council and the SaveUA…

Fundraising for the victims in Uman

Last night, the enemy fired 23 missiles and two UAVs…

Italian farmers will help restore the agricultural sector of Ukraine

Head of the SaveUA Charity Fund and the Ukrainian Agri…

42 200 food sets for Ukrainians affected by the war

in Kharkiv, Donetsk, Kherson, Dnipro, Mykolaiv, Chernihiv, Sumy, Vinnytsia and…

SaveUA team starts distribution of seed among farmers in Chernihiv and Sumy regions

Our foundation has become a partner of the Food and…

Andriy Dykun participated in the meeting of Ukrainian business leaders at the invitation of CIPE

The audience of the event included decision makers from the…

The EU will not cancel the preferential trade regime for Ukrainian farmers

Ukrainian agrarians received unequivocal support from the EU to maintain…
Tons of humanitarian aid distributed:
8 000+
Affected Ukrainians were fed:
1 950 000+
Farms were supported:


World Central Kitchen

International Charity Fund SaveUA and Ukrainian Agri Council (UAC) started…

USAID – Support of MSMEs in the dairy sector

SaveUA together with the Association of Milk Producers of Ukraine…

Swiss Government and the Association of Milk Producers (AMP)

SaveUA and AMPU implement the project of the Swiss Government…

Grain for baking bread - Ukrainian Agri Council

SaveUA and Ukrainian Agri Council (UAC) delivered 6,700 tons of…

Emergency assistance and protection of the population

The project "Emergency Assistance and Protection of the Population Affected…

Our results

SaveUA, with the support of our partners Rapid Relief Team UK, has provided 4,025 food sets to residents of Dnipropetrovsk and Donetsk regions to support internally displaced persons
The team of the SaveUA Foundation and the Ukrainian Agri Council, with the support of our Dutch partners, Agrico Ukraine, distributed 15 tons of planting potatoes with high-yield potential to residents of Mykolaiv, Odesa and Cherkasy regions.
3360 units of medical supplies and medicines were distributed to Shepetivka Hospital in Khmelnytsky region by the SaveUA team with the support of our partners Nova Ukraine.
6,960 units of vital medicines and medical supplies, was delivered by the SaveUA team to the doctors of the Tetiiv Central District Hospital with the support of our partners, Nova Ukraine.
10 thousand units of medicines and medical supplies were distributed by the SaveUA team to Polonsk City Multidisciplinary Hospital in Khmelnytsky Oblast. We are grateful to our partner organization Nova Ukraine for their help.
For the team of our foundation, medical support for hospitals and assistance to medical professionals is one of the priority areas of assistance, therefore, with the support of our partners, the Nova Ukraine organization, we send 52 thousand units of vital medicines and medical equipment to medical institutions in Khmelnytsky region.
Tactical medicine equipment that will save the lives of our defenders was distributed by the SaveUA Fund team to one of the Armed Forces units with the support of Ukrainian volunteer Yulia Brockford and the DAWN organization. Laryngeal masks that help to maintain breathing when a person has a neck or head injury, first aid kits, bandages, knee pads, weight bearing vests, surgical sutures and plasters, medicines - the most necessary things for those who defend our country.
Our foundation has become a partner of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) in the framework of the Organization's response program for Ukraine for 2023, which aims to support the most affected rural households to meet their families' food and nutrition needs. As of today, the SaveUA team, with the support of FAO, has already started distributing the seeds to farmers in Chernihiv and Sumy regions. Under this program, FAO will provide assistance to 3,000 smallholder farmers in nine regions of Ukraine. Each recipient will receive 2,000 kilograms of spring crop seeds, which will allow them to sow 10 hectares of land.
Thanks to our partners Rapid Relief Team, the SaveUA Charity Fund team delivered and distributed 3260 food sets to residents of Mazharka village in Kharkiv region and Altynivka village in Sumy region.
The team of the SaveUA Charity Fund and the Ukrainian Agri Council distributed almost 1000 kg of vegetable seeds to the residents of the Velyko Oleksandrivska territorial community in Kherson region. The logistics were provided with the assistance of the USAID Agricultural and Rural Development Program (AGRO) as part of our joint project to support the food security of agricultural producers.
The SaveUA team delivered and distributed the next batch of food sets: 2,640 packages for the residents of Vasylkiv community in Dnipropetrovsk region, and another 2,150 packages for the residents and IDPs in Talne, Cherkasy region. We are grateful to our friends, the international organization Rapid Relief Team UK, for their support and care for Ukrainians and for helping our team.
Residents of Kherson region have received another 1200 boxes of food packages from the team of the SaveUA charity fund. With the support of our Dutch partners Stichting Vluchteling (VS), we continue to help Ukrainians in the de-occupied territories who have suffered from the war. The food sets were distributed to low-income people, people with disabilities, lonely people and pensioners who need care and support. We are grateful to our partners!
With the support of our British partners the Rapid Relief Team, the SaveUA Charity Fund team is starting the next stage of packing more than 13,200 food sets for residents of the de-occupied territories of Ukraine.
The SaveUA Charity Fund team has distributed the first batch of 2,000 food sets from the Dutch partners Stichting Vluchteling (SV) to people who were forced to leave their homes because of the war and settled in Voznesensk and Yuzhnoukrainsk.
The SaveUA Charity Fund team continues to support dairy farms affected by the hostilities and energy terror of Russia. We have sent 7 generators with a capacity of 10 to 160 kW to companies in Donetsk, Kharkiv, Zaporizhzhia and Dnipropetrovsk regions. We would like to thank Kees Huizinga, our Dutch donors and Stichting de Leeuw Kyiv, as well as the Association of Milk Producers, the Ukrainian Agri Council, DLG and the Kishchenzi Charity Fund for their assistance, which made this possible.

Helping the agricultural sector of Ukraine

The SaveUA Charity Fund supports Ukrainian farmers who have suffered from Russian aggression. Agricultural enterprises have been completely or partially destroyed, equipment destroyed or stolen, fields mined by the occupiers. About 500 thousand dead cattle.

The amount of direct damage caused to the agricultural sector of Ukraine during the year of full-scale war is $8.7 billion. Indirect losses amounted to more than $40 billion.

The working agricultural sector of Ukraine ensures food security in the country and the world!