Our mission

Why? Who? How? What?

Why: Ukrainian military veterans have defended their home, families, and the free world from tyranny. They shed blood to defend and some have made the ultimate sacrifice. Ukrainian vets deserve navigable resources to help them succeed and improve their quality of life after service and reduce veteran suicide.

Who: Ukrainian veterans especially those who have received a physical or mental injury, wound, or illness during military service

How: Integrated approaches that leverages community, national, international, and private sector networks and resources.

What: Easy -to -access and comprehensive resources and opportunities for Ukrainian veterans to help them transition to and thrive in civilian life. Support Ukrainian businesses to build dedicated Ukrainian veteran employment programs

Get in touch with us

I'm a Ukrainian veteran
I want to help Ukrainian veterans

What we stand for


Empowering Ukrainian veterans to succeed after service


To resource, prepare, and promote the successful transitions for Ukrainian veterans and reduce veteran suicide

Our values


Our stakeholders

Our strategy

Model, coordination, and advice from America’s Warrior Partnership, a US veteran service organization dedicated improving the quality of life of veterans and reducing veteran suicide

Pislya Sluzby’s (After Service) Ukrainian Veteran Community Integration Program

What makes us different?

We are apolitical organization focused on filling gaps that
prevent wounded Ukrainian veterans to succeed after service

Audited financials in US and Ukraine
Regular reporting on activities, expenditures, and results

Governance and structure

Experienced Board of Directors and Staff
US Non-Profit (501(c)3) + companion Ukrainian registered
Non-Profit humanitarian organization

Ability to nurture a community for veterans to help them thrive
and connect with peers

Focus on best practices
Deep connections to the most effective US veteran service


With American VSO and with academic and clinical researchers
focused on veteran success factors and veteran suicide