CANADA-UKRAINE FOUNDATION

We develop, organize and deliver assistance projects

generated by Canadians and directed to Ukraine.

CANADA-UKRAINE FOUNDATION

We develop, organize and deliver assistance projects

generated by Canadians and directed to Ukraine.

Welcome

The Canada-Ukraine Foundation (CUF) was established to coordinate, develop, organize, and deliver assistance projects generated by Canadians and directed to Ukraine.

CUF was established as a national charitable foundation that would coordinate Canadian organizations that have projects across both Ukraine as well as Canada.

Current Projects

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Holodomor Awareness Tour

The Holodomor National Awareness Tour (HNAT) continues its travels across Canada, engaging Canadian communities and schools about the Holodomor, the famine genocide of 1932 – 1933, from coast to coast.

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Health

Canada-Ukraine Foundation’s (CUF) medical missions in Ukraine have been widely popularised by Victor Malarek on the CTV’s W5 show and since 2014, CUF has sponsored five missions.

New Branches for Dzherelo in Lviv

Dzherelo Children’s Rehab Centre in Lviv is growing new branches!

We are working to complete these projects and others with the continued financial support of our donors.

Donate

To support the continuing work of the Canada-Ukraine Foundation in delivering assistance projects generated by Canadians to Ukraine. Your donation ensures our programs and committees receive the funding they need to provide life-changing aid to Ukraine, especially during these troubled times.

Charity Registration number: 898992151RR0001

To support the continuing work of the Canada-Ukraine Foundation in delivering assistance projects generated by Canadians to Ukraine. Your donation ensures our programs and committees receive the funding they need to provide life-changing aid to Ukraine, especially during these troubled times.

Charity Registration number: 898992151RR0001

News

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Cutting-edge Deepfake technology is typically used to manipulate the truth and promote lies through video manipulation. HNAT has launched #Deeptruth, which delivers a compelling twist: employing Deepfake to tell the truth about the Holodomor genocide in Ukraine from the man who perpetrated it: Joseph Stalin.

Using rare colour film footage of Joseph Stalin, the Soviet dictator’s features have been painstakingly mapped onto the face of a modern-day actor, effectively bringing Stalin back to life. In the video, Stalin lays claim to his right to be credited as the true originator of Fake News by denying the Holodomor and successfully concealing from the world how he engineered the famine in Ukraine in 1932-1933, killing millions of innocent men, women and children.

Sign the online petition to have the word “Holodomor recognized by Oxford, Merriam-Webster, and Dictionary.com

“Oxygen for Life” Program to Help Vulnerable with Critical Pandemic Medical Equipment – CUF Supporting Ukraine COVID Relief

The Canada-Ukraine Foundation (CUF) announced on October 1, 2021, a donation to help fight the impacts of COVID-19 in Ukraine, …
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CUF Summer Students 2021 and Executive Coordinator

The Canada-Ukraine Foundation welcomes the 2021 summer students through the Canada Summer Jobs (CSJ) program. This program is designed by …
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Presidential Remarks

Adapted from President’s remarks at the Annual General Meeting of the Canada-Ukraine Foundation held Saturday, June 5, 2021 Dear friends …
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A new Module for the Holodomor National Awareness Tour

“A Genocide begins with the killing of one man; not for what he has done, but because of who he …
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Contact

Our organization has years of experience in providing charitable aid in both Canada and Ukraine. Based in Toronto, our team is ready to answer any questions and inquiries you may have, both locally and remotely. To learn more about how The Canada-Ukraine Foundation conducts its work, or what we’re working on now, contact us today by email at info@cufoundation.ca, by calling (416) 966-9700, or using our form below.