We help people leave dangerous areas in the ATO zone.
We help people find new homes and shelter.
We help orphans, disabled and provide for psychological help.
Diary and long storage food products.
HUMANITARIAN AND CULTURAL FUND
Founder, author, host and producer of the Voice of America show “Studio Washington”
Founder, Equites fund. Chemist, supplier of raw materials and food ingredients.
Equities Fund sees its mission in fundraising on behalf of, and in conjunction with, volunteer organizations. We only work with organizations that have proved their efficiency and dedication. We aim at helping the volunteer movement to transform from an ad-hoc effort of meeting immediate needs to a consistent program with the goal of providing basic necessities in close coordination with Ukrainian government, international organization such as IOM, UNHCR, Ukrainian and international charities.
A Ghanaian diplomat, Kofi Atta Annan served as the 7th Secretary-General of the United Nations from 1997 to 2006. He became a co-recipient of the 2001 Nobel Peace Prize for founding the Global AIDS and Health Fund to help and support developing countries care for their people.
Also known as Saint Marianne of Moloka’i, Marianne Cope was a German-born American and member of the Sisters of Saint Francis of Syracuse, New York. Known for her charitable works and virtuous deeds, she spent many years caring for lepers on the island of Molokaʻi in Hawaiʻi. Despite direct contact with the patients over many years, Cope was not afflicted by the disease.
The Venerable Pierre Toussaint was a former slave from the French colony of Saint-Dominique who was brought by his owners to New York City in 1787. After he gained his freedom in 1807, he adopted the surname Toussaint and became one of the most famous philanthropists of his time. His house in Franklin Street became a shelter for orphans, which he supported in getting an education and learning a trade. He also created a credit bureau and employment agency for destitute travelers; and founded a refuge for homeless immigrants.
Tony Blair is a British politician who served as the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1997 to 2007. While in office he was known for his motivation to do something about global climate change and reduce harmful gas emissions. He also launched several chartable foundations including the Tony Blair Sports Foundation in order to increase childhood participation in sports activities and the Tony Blair Faith Foundation to tackle global poverty and conflict.
The Grand Duchess Elizabeth Feodorovna of Russia, who was canonized as St. Elizabeth Romanova was a German princess who was renowned in Russia for her beauty and charitable works among the poor. When her husband; Sergei, was murdered by the Socialist Revolutionary Party’s Combat Organization with a dynamite bomb in 1905; she did not only forgive her husband’s murderer but also campaigned for his pardon.
The a popular singer has given millions to education, women’s health, the environment, and other civic causes. She is known for raising awareness and donating to numerous charitable organizations by way of the Streisand Foundation.
A Brazilian Catholic Francescan sister who founded the ‘The Charitable Works Foundation of Sister Dulce,’ Dulce Pontes was recently named the most admired woman in the history of Brazil. She was known for her works with the poorest populations in Salvador, Bahia, Brazil and was beatified with papal approval on May 22, 2011. She became a candidate for the Nobel Peace Prize after founding one of the largest and most respected philanthropic organizations in Brazil.
Popularly known as the ‘Iron Lady,’ Margaret Thatcher was a British politician who became the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1979 to 1990. Her charitable works were often associated with the Margaret Thatcher Foundation that was not surprisingly devoted to promoting democracy, free trade, and education.
Paul G. Allen, 59, is the co-founder of Microsoft, the largest computer software manufacturer today. For the tenth consecutive year, he has been donating $372.6 million to his chosen charities, which include $295 million to the Paul G. Allen Foundation, $70 million to the Allen Institute for Brain Science, and $7.6 million to the Experience Music and the Science Fiction Museum. According to Forbes’ magazine, he is the 3rd biggest donor of 2011 when it comes to giving funds to charitable institutions.
Sir Richard Branson is an English business magnate who is the founder and chairman of Virgin Group, a conglomerate of over 400 companies. Besides his many accomplishments as a businessman, along with Nelson Mandela he is also known for helping initiate the formation of The Elders, a small, dedicated group of leaders that are working to solve difficult global problems.
Bono, the front man for the famous rock band U2, is a wealthy rock star who spends most of his free time having dialogues with world leaders and policy makers on how they can improve the lot of the poorest of the poor in Africa. He is also very active in the Band Aid and Live Aid projects and quite often uses his music spread information on health, hygiene, and other issues. Some of his foundations and charitable companies include the ONE Campaign and a clothing company that trades with poverty-stricken countries.
Nelson Mandela was a prominent advocate of social and human rights and was actively involved in projects such as Make Poverty History and the ONE Campaign. His selfless efforts in South Africa led him to receive the Nobel Peace Prize in 1993.
An Albanian born, Indian Roman Catholic nun, Mother Teresa founded the Missionaries of Charity, a Roman Catholic religious congregation, which in 2012 consisted of over 4,500 sisters and is active in 133 countries. They run hospices and homes for people with HIV/AIDS, leprosy and tuberculosis; soup kitchens; children’s and family counseling programmes; orphanages; and schools.