Igor Kononenko


21 Dec 2021
In 2021 Igor Kononenko Charitable Foundation donated UAH 248 000 to charity

Igor Kononenko Charitable Foundation has published a report on its activities for 2021. Within three years the Foundation has been actively working in the following areas: assistance to medical institutions in the fight against coronavirus, social assistance and assistance to the military.

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01 Oct 2021
Igor Kononenko Charitable Foundation donated UAH 248 000 for the purchase of optics for two sniper systems

Igor Kononenko Charitable Foundation has allocated almost a quarter of a million hryvnias to purchase army sights for a sniper unit of one of the units that defend Ukraine in the east of the country – this is stated in the Foundation’s interim report.

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25 Aug 2021
Mariya Ionova and Ihor Kononenko. Leader of sniper team in Donbas names donors helping to equip special force units

Failing to get regular ammunition and proper provisioning, the Ukrainian military units on the frontline in Donbas still have to count on volunteers and private donors.

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27 Jun 2021
With the support of businessman Igor Kononenko, the center “Me + Family” provides unique assistance to children with special needs

On Heroiv Stalingrada Street, 48-A, in a cozy corner of Kyiv’s Obolonskyi district, there is a unique preschool educational institution for children with various special educational needs (SEN) – “Me + Family”.

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25 Jun 2021
Igor Kononenko received gratitude for the long-term support of the military in the east of the country

Igor Kononenko has been financially supporting the military for many years. It is stated on the official page of the Charitable Foundation “Terytoriya Dobra” on Facebook.

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25 Feb 2021
Eco-parking lots to be built in Pushcha-Vodytsia – Igor Kononenko

The International Tennis Academy (ITA) has appealed to Kyiv City Council with a request to provide a land plot in Obolon district not for major construction but for arranging a parking area near its sports base in Pushcha-Vodytsia.

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19 Dec 2020
The pandemic has touched the hearts of many people – the head of the Charitable Foundation “Manus Dei” Andriy Dotsenko

Ukrainian businessman Andriy Dotsenko has been helping orphanages in Kyiv region for many years, buying sweets, toys, food and clothes for children. He even financed the repair of one of these orphanages with his friends. Three years ago, his patronage grew into the Charitable Foundation “Manus Dei”

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