09 February 2022
Last year, Vadym Novynskyi’s Charitable Foundation provided financial support to a number of charitable projects in the field of healthcare, protection of motherhood, childhood, family, and restoration of historical and cultural heritage.

The total amount of project financing was more than UAH 300 million. This was reported by Dmytro Sergeyev, the director of Vadym Novynskyi’s Foundation. The Foundation continued its support for projects related to overcoming the consequences of the COVID-19 epidemic in Ukraine.

In 2021, the Foundation allocated UAH 2.4 million for the purchase of special medical equipment and personal protective gear for doctors. The Foundation also purchased equipment for the Heart Institute of the Ministry of Health of Ukraine, Amosov National Institute of Cardiovascular Surgery and for hospitals in Mariupol. In addition, UAH 1.12 million were allocated for families of nine doctors who died from COVID-19.

The Foundation’s budget to support other healthcare programs in 2021 amounted to UAH 58 million. Those funds were used to purchase some modern equipment for a healthcare centre in Bancheny village (Chernivtsi region): a computer tomography unit, MRI unit, angiography system and other equipment. Residents of all surrounding settlements can use the medical services of the centre built at the Holy Ascension Banchensky Monastery. The Foundation also funded the purchase and repair of equipment for the Heart Institute and Amosov Institute to the amount of more than UAH 3.4 million. In particular, it made an advance payment for the purchase of a mobile x-ray unit for Amosov Institute.

‘In 2022, the Foundation will continue its cooperation with the Heart Institute and Amosov Institute. Together with the leadership of the Heart Institute, we are now developing a project to provide financial support for localized production of the so-called “mechanical hearts” in Ukraine on the basis of Kyiv Polytechnic Institute. It is a device for maintaining hemodynamics in patients. In addition, we have signed a memorandum with the National Cancer Institute on financing the renovation of their children’s department,’ said Dmytro Sergeyev, the director of the Foundation.
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