An event that will change the lives of hundreds of soldiers and their children. The Charity Foundation of the Kyiv School of Economics invites you to the charity evening «Sustaining Ukraine Through Education».
At this gathering, we will bring together those who support Ukraine and its development even during times of war. KSE partners, philanthropists, business and government leaders, military personnel, alumni, and students – all those who believe that positive change is within our reach.
Date: November 19, 2023 (Sunday)
Location: Kyiv, the exact location will be communicated to guests separately for security reasons
Dress Code: Black Tie Optional
The aim of the event is to raise funds for educational scholarships for servicemen, wounded soldiers, war veterans, their children, and children affected by the war.
The echoes of war have deeply scarred our nation, touching the lives of our children in profound ways. Homes lost, loved ones gone, yet in the face of such immense adversity, the spirit of our youth remains unyielding.
Their passion for knowledge and the transformative power of education shines brighter than ever, illuminating the path to a brighter future for Ukraine.
Central to our gathering is a message of hope and potential.
The grant program for higher education is made possible by the generous contributions of the KSE Foundation’s benefactors. This initiative allows military personnel and veterans to effectively reintegrate into civilian life by acquiring new professions or enhancing their qualifications through postgraduate studies. For the children of soldiers and displaced applicants, it’s an opportunity to pursue the education they desire and a vital motivation to remain in Ukraine.
Join us for this charitable evening: https://kse.ua/ua/events/?eid=10784
For more details about the event in English, please visit: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1jRfrw90-P2O-sGWYBbxwNpffFqrurQlU
For more details about the event in Ukrainian, please visit: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Zuc1gn_yxH39p3RCcHC8kcXx7_fCZmla/
Together, in support of those most affected by the war.