About us

Veteran Hub is a project founded by the Olena Pinchuk Foundation, the Viktor Pinchuk Foundation, and the «Pobratymy» NGO. Our platform was created to centralize services for veterans, security agencies personnel, their families, and to help them integrate into civilian life.

This is a space for NGOs working with veteran affairs that serves both as an administrative center providing psychosocial services, and as a platform for education events. Veteran Hub was launched 1 September 2018.

Our clients are veterans, military personnel, cadets, police officers, emergency response workers, their family members, ex-POWs and their families, as well as family members of MIAs, captives and the fallen. Thanks to our clients, we have our homes, our independence and safety.

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Back to living in peace

A photo-exhibition called «The Touch» opened at Veteran Hub: stories of those coming back from the East.

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«The Touch» project

«The Touch» project reveals 7 stories. Every family picture has a QR-code next to it: scan the code and find a heart-to-heart story of a relationship after a long parting. 

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A unique space for veterans

Ukrainian Military Television came over to check us out. Filmed and screened everything as it is – the job we do daily to support those defending us. 

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Homeless animals photo project

We have started a joint project with the Patrol Police and the Happy Paw to show how common it is nowadays to adopt a street pet.

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How to get help adjusting after war

Veteran Hub – a space for ATO veterans and their families – opened on the top floor of a Kyiv television center.

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A large project by Veteran Hub 

«When I came back from war of 2015, there were practically no state programs for veterans in Ukraine» – Leonid Ostaltsev

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A chat with Ivona Kostyna, head of the Veteran Hub

We discussed how to find the work of your life without higher education, whether it is safe for a 16-year-old girl to travel Europe all by herself, and how veterans get rehabilitation help in Ukraine.

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Creating an open space for veterans

The smoking area on the 20th floor of the Kyiv telecenter is crowded. The balcony, where you can feel the wind blowing, gathered about a dozen veterans of the Ukraine-Russia war.

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How the first Veteran Hub in Kyiv works

The space for helping veterans, servicemembers and their families opened in Kyiv on 2nd November. In the first week, 200 people have visited.

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Former soldiers get help at new Veteran Hub

Ukrainian war veterans will now find it easier to get legal assistance, employment help, and psychological support — all at one convenient spot in Kyiv.

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First open space for veterans – Veteran Hub

The new hub introduces an administrative center for social, psychological and legal services, as well as an education platform.

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Center for ATO veterans and families opens in Kyiv

Veteran Hub – the first open space for veterans and NGOs working with veterans – opened in Kyiv. 

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Veteran Hub: what does the veteran support center look like

Veteran Hub is to open on the second of November. The space provides social, psychological and legal support to veterans, police, emergency workers and their families.

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