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Programming Books Translation Project

Since its founding in 2014, Nova Ukraine supported a number of initiatives to promote and make STEM education in Ukraine more accessible. One of our newest educational projects is to support a group of enthusiasts that translate the bestselling Computer Science books into Ukrainian.

Supporting Ukrainian Team for Warrior Games

Nova Ukraine supported the Ukrainian team of wounded war veterans in their preparation for US Department of Defense Warrior Games. The Department of Defense Warrior Games is an annual event, first held in 2010, that celebrates the resiliency and dedication of wounded, ill, and injured active duty...

Cinema UA – Promoting Ukrainian Cinema

As part of 2021 initiative to support Ukrainian film, Nova Ukraine is launching a new initiative to support the popularization of Ukrainian cinema. We will showcase Ukrainian movies to the community with a chance to speak with people that are behind the movie creation.

ENGin: Practice English from Home

ENGin is a nonprofit initiative providing free, high-quality speaking practice for English learners in Ukraine while offering English speakers all over the world a flexible and rewarding volunteer opportunity.

Coronavirus Relief for Ukraine

Nova Ukraine is starting a fundraiser to purchase PPE for Ukrainian healthcare workers. Nova Ukraine will double the first $6000 in donations!

🇺🇦 Supporting Ukrainian Film – Dzheria

🇺🇦 Supporting Ukrainian Film - Dzheria  🙌 As part of 2021 initiative to support Ukrainian film, Nova Ukraine is supporting the film Dzheria – psychological drama, a new take on the Ukrainian literature based on the novel by a master of classical prose – Ivan Nechuy-Levytsky “Mykola Dzheria” (1876). A human quest for freedom set in the XIX century picturesque Ukraine. This initial grant will be spent fully towards the creative development with the focus on research and creation of a unique film setting. ℹ️ Web: http://dzheriafilm.com/ ℹ️ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DzheriaFilm...

Santa Claus Reindeers

As part of our humanitarian efforts, Nova Ukraine is proud to continue its support Santa Claus Reindeers project in Ukraine. The goal is to provide gifts for children in war zone in Ukraine

Medical Supplies for Wounded Soldiers

For over five years now, the Ukrainian community of San Francisco and the Silicon Valley has been providing aid to Ukrainian Army soldiers that endured severe spinal injuries when fighting the war in Eastern Ukraine. Some of the critically needed items are wheelchairs and anti-decubitus pillows, as well as personal medical hygiene items. These are bought separately and shipped to the injured directly. We couldn’t have provided soldiers with these important items without your help and support. However, the situation in Ukraine has turned to the worse. Some of the items needed have either become too expensive, or disappeared from the Ukrainian ...

Cultural Hub Nova Ukraine

We invite you to share our deep passion for travel. Our guides can offer virtual tours of their favorite landmarks in San Francisco, Kyiv, Vancouver and Victoria (Canada).

Trustees of Tomorrow Exchange Program

Nova Ukraine is proud to partner with Global Youth Entrepreneurs to support Silicon Valley-Ukraine Youth Entrepreneurial Exchange Program

Heart2Heart Project Update: 2019

In 2019 combined, we sent over 55,000 pounds of humanitarian aid, totaling $54,414. We have continued our annual tradition, and our most recent fundraising campaign in 2019 was focused on collecting and shipping...

Support Akhiezer Foundation

Akhiezer Foundation was created in 2005 to support mathematical sciences in Kharkiv, Ukraine. It provides fellowships and grants to college students, post-graduates and young scientists to allow them to pursue their interest in mathematics.

Tvoemisto.tv – Independent Media Hub in Lviv

Nova Ukraine is partnering with “Your City Lviv” to help equip their small tv-studio, which needs: production switchers, cameras, sound, lighting and broadcasting equipment.

Burning Man Art Installation 2019: Catharsis

For 2019 Burning Man, Nova Ukraine supported a group of Ukrainian artists from Seattle who brought an art installation called Catharsis.

Heart2Heart Project Update in 2018

Nova Ukraine would like to update the community about our accomplishments for the last couple of months of 2018. With the efforts of multiple volunteers, we shipped over 600 pounds of Christmas and New Year presents to Ukraine.

Mathletes: 15th Kyiv Tournament of Math Battles

Nova Ukraine is proud to continue its support for Ukranian Math Team participating in Math Olympiads. Traditionally, year Kyiv Tournament of Math Battles named after Lesya Rubliova took place from September to January

Prometheus: World-class online courses for Ukrainian teachers

Nova Ukraine is partnering with Prometheus to translate MIT online courses for Ukrainian teachers’ professional development

Burning Man Art 2018

Nova Ukraine, together with Consulate General of Ukraine in San Francisco, are proud to be the partners of Ukrainian Burning Man this year in helping bring one of the Ukrainian art installations "Sorry", by Oleksiy Sai to the Burning Man. Nova Ukraine volunteers were responsible for logistics and gathering necessary materials for the installation. This year marked an impressive shift in Ukrainian government as the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine has funded a portion of the installation. An additional help came from fundraising through friends and the community in Ukraine and internationally. For the first time in 27 years, the Ukrainian ...

Animal-ID: Chance to live for 100 000 dogs from Ukraine

Nova Ukraine, partnering with International Registration Systems, is proud to announce its support to solve a problem of homeless dogs in the cities across Ukraine. Over 100,000 of stray dogs live on the streets of Ukrainian cities, and the destiny of these animals depends...

Supporting Ukrainian Writers

Nova Ukraine is proud to support Ukrainian writers by introducing their work to English speaking readers. In the first such project, Nova Ukraine supported young Ukranian author Nazar Kazkar.