Over the course of 10 years, the Foundation has implemented a series of charitable programs that have shaped the further development of various sectors in Ukraine, such as IT education, entrepreneurial culture, venture investment, youth, and educational policies.

STEAM Centers in Kramatorsk and Rubizhne

The Foundation’s team provided expert support for the project aimed at providing creative students and youth in Donetsk and Luhansk regions, as well as educators who seek to integrate STEAM education principles in their schools, with a platform for development.
The regional STEAM education centers in Kramatorsk and Rubizhne are creative educational spaces equipped with modern facilities for classes and organization of STEM projects. These centers include sets of educational electronics, a photo-video studio, robotics equipment, 3D modeling, and interdisciplinary laboratory work, including astronomy, biology, geography, mathematics, physics, and chemistry. They also feature an augmented reality system in the form of a holographic projection screen.
The establishment of regional STEAM education centers was carried out within the United Nations Peacebuilding and Recovery Program, funded by the European Union.

Donetsk and Luhansk regions. Teachers, students, and youth were involved in the project.

Donetsk Regional Competition for Smart Solutions Development “School Tech”

The competition aimed to select scientific and technical projects focused on creating innovative products – models of smart solutions using “”smart”” devices to modernize educational institutions, with a description of their socio-economic impact.
The purpose of the competition was to identify and support talented children, engage intellectually and creatively gifted students in scientific research and experimental work, and provide comprehensive support in choosing STEM professions.

The competition took place in the territory of Donetsk region under the control of the Ukrainian government.
It was open to students in grades 8-11 from secondary educational institutions.

April – December 2019
All-Ukrainian Smart Device Modeling Competition “”STEAM-House”” – 2019

STEAM House is an event aimed at promoting the development of technological competence, research and creative skills of students, project-based skills, and the overall intellectual potential of Ukraine.
Smart living is composed of numerous smart devices. Within the competition, students were encouraged to modernize existing devices or develop their own.
The competition was held in three categories:
Internet of Things,
Personal Gadgets,
Smart City.

Ukraine. The competition was open to students aged 12 to 17.

January – May 2018
All-Ukrainian Smart Device Modeling Competition “”STEAM-House”” – 2018

How to conserve drinking water and solar energy, help people with visual impairments, and reduce the risk of landslides. These questions were answered by the finalists of the All-Ukrainian competition “”STEAM-House,”” which took place on May 17, 2018, at the premises of the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine.
The organizers divided the competition into two categories: for children aged 12-14 (junior group) and children aged 15-17 (senior group). Approximately 100 project descriptions were received from elementary school students. After reviewing the proposals, the jury selected 10 finalist projects, which were further refined. Participants in the competition included students from Kyiv, Dnipro, Kharkiv, Horišně Plavni, Zakarpattia, Yuzhnoukrainsk, and Sumy.

Ukraine. The competition was open to students aged 12 to 17.

2012 – 2017
MBA Program in Information Technology Management (MIM-Kyiv Business School)

A specialized program aimed at managers who want to understand the practical possibilities of modern information technology for enhancing management efficiency.

Ukraine. Youth aged 25 to 35.

2012 – 2017
Interregional Business Platform (MIM-Kyiv Business School)

Created with the aim of developing the business community and integrating regional business communities into a unified telecommunications space. Based on Cisco TelePresence solutions, the interregional platform now covers central, western, and eastern regions of Ukraine, with venues in Kyiv, Vinnytsia, Lviv, and Ivano-Frankivsk.

Ukraine. Youth aged 25 to 35.

2013 – 2016.
IT Education and Career Guidance Program

An educational program that allowed high school students and their parents, as well as school administration and teachers, to learn more about IT professions, the stages of education, and success criteria in the IT field.

Ukraine. Students aged 12 to 17.

2013 – 2016

A conference for youth on how to develop oneself in our country and various paths of business development. The conference provides answers to questions such as the available paths for youth, their differences, what suits each participant, how to succeed in each path, and the challenges they may encounter.

Ukraine. Youth aged 14 to 23.

2012 – 2016
All-Ukrainian Computer Talent Championship “Golden Byte”

IT championship among students.

Ukraine. Youth aged 17 to 23.

2012 – 2013
Kyiv Innovative Projects Competition “Strategi Ya”
A competition for development projects in Kyiv among youth aged 14 to 23. The competition is a practical implementation of a priority direction in working with students and youth, aiming to introduce modern educational and information technologies, develop participants’ basic skills and research and project activities, enhance their intellectual potential, search for and select talented youth, provide comprehensive support, and improve the system of continuous pre-professional and professional training for students.

Kyiv. Youth aged 14 to 23.

2012 – 2013
Educational Initiatives Foundation – General Education Partner in Kyiv for the International Youth Organization AIESEC

The goal of the International Youth Organization AIESEC is to develop the necessary professional competencies for future careers and develop the leadership potential of youth.

Kyiv. Youth aged 14 to 35.

International Olympiad in Informatics (IOI)

One of the most famous programming competitions in the world. IOI winners are undoubtedly among the best young programmers in the world.
IOI 2012

Ukraine. Students aged 12 to 17.


A party that serves as a platform for informal networking among startup founders, investors, and anyone who lives and thinks innovatively.

Ukraine. Youth aged 23 to 35.

31/33, Simi Brodskykh St., Kyiv, 03057

The Charitable organization
Tel.: +380443503635

EDRPOU 38051140
D-U-N-S Number is 365442216
Chairman of the Board:
Anton Dziuba

Director of Charitable Programs:
Alla Maramon

Director of Educational Projects:
Ihor Starenkyi

Coordinator of Charitable Programs:
Svitlana Bukhanets

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Charitable Foundation
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