About Us

Our doors are open to ATO/JFO veterans who fought in the Armed Forces, the National Guard or any volunteer units, military medical staff, and their relatives. We also work with the relatives of veterans who were killed or war prisoners. A team of specialists will work with you every day: a lawyer, a psychologist, and a job search consultant. We take care of you, because thanks to you, we have a home, independence, and security.
We have created a place where veterans are understood. Be yourself, because here we believe that everyone is equal. Come for support, to see a psychologist, to deal with documents, to look for work, and be among your own.
We are here to support you. 

Veteran Hub Kyiv

This is our headquarters office of the network. Here we have our biggest events, record lectures, and determine plans for the future. Come to work, study, rest, and be among your own, as well as for our consultants' advice. In Kyiv, the hub is located on the 20th floor of NSTU "Olivets" and can accommodate up to 400 veterans and visitors.

Veteran Hub is a project founded by the Olena Pinchuk Foundation, the Viktor Pinchuk Foundation, and the «Pobratymy» NGO. 

Veteran Hub Vinnytsia 

The hub is located in a private house. Stable and fast internet works in coworking, lounges, and lecture halls. As a veteran, you can use coworking and office supplies for free, as well as receive the necessary expert advice. There is parking, coffee, and a private backyard.

This opportunity is made possible through the Veteran Reintegration Program implemented by IREX and Veteran Hub with support from the U.S. State  

Ветеран Хаб Дніпро

We have set up a veterans' meeting point in the heart of the city. Veteran Hub is located in the new business center. There is fast internet, coffee, and a wonderful view of the Dnipro river. The whole space is created for comfortable moving on a wheelchair. 

This opportunity is made possible through the Veteran Reintegration Program implemented by IREX and Veteran Hub with support from the U.S. State  

Ветеран Хаб Мобільний офіс

The team brings services to those who need them all over Kyiv region and places right outside the geographical boundaries of Kyiv. But most importantly, you can get human contact and talk to our team at home.

This opportunity is made possible through the Veteran Reintegration Program implemented by IREX with support from the U.S. State, Veteran Hub and Canadian organization Help Us Help.   

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Special Projects

Video series "A job is a job"

Photo-project "Civilians"

Photo-project THE TOUCH 

Video series "A job is a job"

Three videos emphasize the importance of the military experience of veterans in civilian professions.
A job is a job, no matter where you are. No matter if you are running the tank near Debaltseve, or a driving truck through German highway. No difference if you are scout near Shchastia - or a sous-chef in a Kyiv restaurant. Commander of a company near Avdiivka, or a foreman on the capital's construction site.
The war is an experience, like any other. Veterans need to be able to describe it in a resume, so they can hit the target and get a job. HRs need to study and look for such an experience so as not to miss a talented employee.

Partners of this campaign

The video was made possible with the support of the British Embassy in Ukraine within the project "All4One: a comprehensive program of psychological and mentoring support for veterans", which is implemented by the Eastern Europe Foundation. The views and representations expressed herein are the sole responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the position of the Government of the United Kingdom.

Photo project Civilians 

Існує стереотипний образ, що ледь не всі ветерани є засновниками бізнесів. Насправді ж безліч талановитих, досвідчених чоловіків і жінок повертаються на роботу в дуже «звичайні» місця. Вони не медійні. Часто бойовий досвід стає для них таким звичним і правильним, що вони забувають вказати його в резюме.
«Цивільні» – саме про таких ветеранів. Історії Сашка, Біжана, Віки та Олега. 37 фотографій, зроблених Юлією Кочєтовою-Набожняк на робочих місцях, куди вони повернулися після служби. Цей проєкт також про роботодавців, які розуміють, що робота є робота. Де б ти не був.

Project partners Civilians

The video was made possible the support of the British Embassy in Ukraine within the project "All4One: a comprehensive program of psychological and mentoring support for veterans", which is implemented by the Eastern Europe Foundation.The views and representations expressed herein are the sole responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the position of the Government of the United Kingdom.

Photo-project THE TOUCH

Portraits of Ukrainian families whose loved ones came back from war.

Returned Ukrainian soldiers talking about relationships after the parting, captivity, getting wounded, long months of service, how this affected their loved ones, and what is family life like for them now. Seven stories, entirely different, have been put together in the Touch project - family portraits that help understand what a veteran feels coming back home, and what challenges Ukrainian veteran families are facing.

Project partners THE TOUCH

Publications

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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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