Rebuild Ukraine

We build neighborhoods for Ukrainian communities destroyed by the war. We're developing an innovative urban planning strategy to reinvigorate and transform small Ukrainian villages into vibrant and modern urban spaces.

We are not just rebuilding Ukraine to its pre-war state—we want to transform private housing in small towns and villages of rural Ukraine. We believe that comfortable modern homes should be affordable and flexible. They adapt and evolve with their inhabitants. As their families grow and life circumstances change, so will our unit.

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We’re starting with the village of Moshchun in Kyiv Oblast—one of the first towns razed during the Battle for Kyiv. Over 164 houses are completely destroyed and 200 are severely damaged.

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In our pilot project we’re using an award-winning adaptive modular housing system by Aranchii Architects, unit[e]: 
affordable, flexible, eco-friendly and energy efficient. 

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Winter is coming! Our short-term goal is providing warm and sustainable housing to the local community as quickly as possible, while we continue developing the project.

Meet the families

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Tetyana Topal

This house (128,4 sq.m.) was home to Tetyana Topal (1967), her son Mykola Topal (1990) and her daughter-in-law. It was completely destroyed due to russian shelling and is unfit for living.

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Tereschenko Iryna

This building (68,7 sq.m.) hosted Iryna Tereschenko (1993), her daughter (2022), and her husband Olexandr (1995), who's currently fighting in the Ukrainian Armed Forces. The house was completely destroyed due to russian shelling and is unfit for living.

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Olexandr Yuschenko

This large family inhabited three houses (~400 sq.m. total). Now homeless are Olexandr Yuschenko (1971), his wife Vira (1963), daughter Yuliya (2005), his mother Olha (1935), sister Zablokutska Nadiya (1959) and her son Vladyslav Oliynyk (1990). All three houses are completely destroyed by russian shelling.

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Olena Gonchar

Gonchar family, Olena (1983) and Volodymyr (1958) had a large and beutiful house (192 sq.m.). It is now completely destroyed due to russian shelling and is unfit for living.

Our supply projects

Tactical gear

We've purchased, shipped and delivered over 1000 tactical tourniquets, 100 individual first aid kits (IFAKs), pick-up trucks, boots, and additional medical gear to Ukrainian soldiers and combat medics.

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Humanitarian aid

We've collected and shipped over 1500 lbs of humanitarian supplies for Ukrainian kids and families: clothing, books for children, and other supplies.

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