Grow with Google: a program for small businesses

The program is free of charge for small business owners and their teams who want to grow and scale. The program was created by Google.

The online program will start on April 3, 2024 and will be useful for entrepreneurs with a small team or business owners without a team, as well as people with an idea for their own business who are hesitant to start.

The introductory module of the program and registration are available here.

Registered participants will get access to:

  • 8 weeks of free training from entrepreneurs to understand strategy, finance, marketing, sales, and legal aspects
  • online meetings with experts and case studies of real-life stories of small entrepreneurs
  • a community of like-minded Ukrainian entrepreneurs;
  • training materials for building a strategy and action plan.

Upon completion of the small business program, participants will receive a certificate, and 100 businesses will participate in a mentoring program with experts.

The program for small businesses includes short videos to watch at your convenience, online sessions and workshops, workbooks, and self-study tests.

Active participants will also receive nice gifts from the organizers. More details and registration: https://rsvp.withgoogle.com/events/small-business-program/home

Future of veterans’ support discussed in Rivne: progress through cooperation

From March 27 to 29, 2024, Rivne hosted a strategic session to discuss important issues of reintegrating veterans into civilian life. The event brought together key experts, representatives of state authorities, local governments, the public sector and educators.

The event was organized at the initiative of the Veterans Space of the Rivne Regional Council in cooperation with the National University of Ostroh Academy and with the support of the European Union and UNDP.

During the three days of the session, participants focused on developing a methodology for evaluating the readiness of communities for effective reintegration of veterans. A significant contribution to the session was made by Karina Doroshenko, Deputy Executive Director of the Ukrainian Veterans Foundation, who presented the latest research of the Foundation, highlighting the problem of stigmatization of veterans in society and emphasizing their needs.

The strategic session focused on two key tasks. The first was to form the basis for developing a self-assessment methodology. It concerned the readiness of communities for the reintegration of veterans. The second task was to develop indicators to measure this readiness. The session program included a variety of activities. Panel discussions, working groups, and presentations were organized. All these activities helped the participants to formulate a common vision. They also contributed to the creation of a methodological framework for further steps.

In her presentation, Karina Doroshenko emphasized: “The latest research by the Ukrainian Veterans Foundation points to a deep problem of stigmatization of veterans in our society. It is important that we not only identify these challenges, but also work to develop specific solutions and initiatives that will help veterans successfully integrate into civilian life.”

This underscores the importance of data collection and analytics for the development of effective veteran support policies.

The event in Rivne was an important step towards strengthening support for veterans by offering new approaches and strategies for their reintegration. The joint efforts of the conference participants indicate the potential for creating an effective veterans’ policy that takes into account the real needs and challenges faced by veterans upon their return to civilian life.

Ukrayinska Pravda honors the contribution of a hundred women to the defense and development of Ukraine: Ruslana Velychko among them

In recognition of the incredible contribution of women in times of trial, Ukrayinska Pravda honored one hundred women who have become symbols of unwavering strength, courage and hope for Ukraine. Among them is Ruslana Velychko-Tryfoniuk, Acting Executive Director of the Ukrainian Veterans Foundation of the Ministry of Veterans Affairs, volunteer of the International Charitable Foundation Come Back Alive and advisor to the Deputy Minister of Defense of Ukraine, whose efforts have significantly strengthened not only the military but also the social protection of the country.

Contribution to defense capability

One of Ruslana Velychko’s key achievements was the initiation and implementation of important legislative changes in March 2022. These amendments to the Tax and Customs Codes of Ukraine were aimed at reducing the cost of products necessary for national security and defense and repelling aggression. Thanks to these legislative initiatives, volunteers and charitable organizations were able to help the Armed Forces of Ukraine more effectively. In particular, in the procurement of military and dual-use goods.

These legislative changes have laid the foundation for numerous procurements that have helped strengthen Ukraine’s defense capabilities. At the Come Back Alive Foundation, in particular, Ruslana Velychko ensured the procurement of the Bayraktar TB-2 complex with related products, armored vehicles, and many other goods that have made a significant contribution to the country’s defense capabilities. Ruslana Velychko played a key role in these processes, ensuring its ability to meet the challenges of the times. This included the fact that the Foundation was able to obtain permits to import such goods, just like other charitable foundations.

Video by the International Charitable Foundation “Come Back Alive”

Development of the Ukrainian Veterans Foundation

The development of the Ukrainian Veterans Foundation under Ruslana Velychko’s leadership also included the expansion of support programs for veterans, including through crisis hotline, legal counseling, and social adaptation. The Foundation has stepped up its activities in the area of reintegration of veterans, facilitating their return to civilian life, retraining and employment. Velychko’s initiatives were supported by international partners, including the International Renaissance Foundation and IREX, NATO, which significantly expanded the Foundation’s ability to help Ukrainian veterans.

The Bayraktar Girl

The Bayraktar Girl, that’s how Milan Lelic, deputy editor-in-chief of RBC-Ukraine, described Ruslana Velychko.

Not only because in 2022 she led the largest project of the Come Back Alive Foundation to purchase three Bayraktars with all the accompanying equipment. But also because of the impact with which she implements her countless projects, both at Come Back Alive and at the Ukrainian Veterans Foundation. And before that, during the creation of Militarny, open data projects, long-term election observation at Opora, and so on. She probably can’t remember everything.

“Ruslana says that projects like the Bayraktar procurement are primarily about directing for her, referring to her first education as a director: you have to think through the entire project in advance and calculate all possible combinations,” says Milan Lelic.

If you add her tough, sometimes even prickly, but very strong personality to her directorial skills and legal knowledge and practice, this striking force will still be able to surprise many.

Her contribution to strengthening defense and supporting social protection in Ukraine has been an important part of the national effort and deserves to be highly recognized.

Ruslana Velychko, along with other women, demonstrates an example of courage, leadership and dedication, inspiring society to further accomplishments and unite around common goals.

Ukrayinska Pravda’s honoring of a hundred women for their invincible spirit and contribution to the defense of the country emphasizes the importance of each individual in creating a strong, sustainable and just Ukraine. This award serves as a reminder of the power that lies in working together and steadfast commitment to the ideals of freedom and independence.

Meet the experts of “VARTO Start Your Own Business”

The Expert Council of the Ukrainian Veterans Foundation, which will evaluate the project applications submitted for the VARTO Start Your Own Business competition, includes three experts: Olha Veselovska, Maria Kot, and Vitalii Masyuk. Here are the details of the experience and motivation of those who will select the projects that will receive financial support from the Foundation.

Olha Veselovska has over 10 years of experience in managing international projects in the private and public sectors and over 7 years in managing non-profit organizations.

She holds a PhD in Economics from the Vadym Hetman Kyiv National Economic University and an Executive MBA in Management from the University of Sheffield (England).

The expert’s competencies include launching projects from scratch, developing organizational procedures, policies, project and financial documentation, including establishing budgeting and reporting processes (including to international auditors), forming and developing teams, and cooperating with government partners at various levels to implement reforms, international organizations, UN agencies, and international technical assistance projects.

With experience in financial management of multimillion-dollar international projects, Olha is an expert in budgeting and financial management. Since 2018, she has been working on projects aimed at combating domestic violence and developing a national system for preventing domestic violence.

“I am sincerely glad to join the cohort of experts of the Ukrainian Veterans Foundation. I believe that veteran-owned businesses will not only contribute to the economic recovery of our country, but will also become a real driver of its development,” the expert says.

Maria Kot is a co-founder and managing partner at APT (Ukrainian Human Capital Investment Agency) and a lecturer at UCU Business School.

Maria has over 14 years of experience in the IT industry and education, of which 8 years she has held senior positions in recruiting and management, business development, and operational management. She is a lecturer at UCU Business School, a trainer and author of training programs in HR management, leadership and HRM, and a certified SHRM specialist (SCP, PMQ, Veterans at Work).

“For me, participation in the Expert Council is an opportunity to contribute to the support and development of veteran initiatives and projects that can make our state more resilient to current challenges and help the country’s economic recovery after the war. I am glad that the Ukrainian Veterans Foundation is exactly the platform that attracts competent and qualified experts with diverse experience and expertise from various fields and unites them under one slogan: care, support and development of veterans’ opportunities. Since I am familiar with the specifics of building and expanding a business in Ukraine, understand the problems and needs of business today, it is important for me to contribute to the stability and development of the country and to the development of the veteran movement by joining the Expert Council,” says Maria.

Vitalii Masyuk is a co-founder and managing partner of ASBG Systems, a company specializing in innovative solutions in business intelligence and computer systems management, and a resident of Diia.City.

Vitalii Masyuk has been specializing in accounting and management consulting for 20 years, and for the last six years has been focusing on digitalization and automation of accounting processes, evaluation of investment programs in the processing and agricultural sectors.

Vitalii has a master’s degree in management, specialized education in accounting, and has acquired additional competencies in IT project management and business process optimization.

He is a member of the Public Anti-Corruption Council at the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine and a member of the NGO “NEW HONEST UKRAINE”. He specializes in social and human resources policy of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine, advocacy for the rights of military personnel and veterans.

As a postgraduate student of the Department of Public Administration and Project Management at the University of Education Management of the National Academy of Pedagogical Sciences of Ukraine, he focuses his academic interest and research on the issues of social protection of combatants and the mechanism of their provision.

“The value of the “VARTO Start Your Own Business” program is the quality reintegration of veterans. We need to expand the focus from thanking veterans for their invaluable service to creating conditions for their successful transition to the civilian sector. I believe that this is not only a moral obligation to our defenders, but also a strategic step to preserve and support the spirit of the nation. Financial support for veteran businesses helps restore their dignity and self-esteem, make them feel useful to society, and open up new horizons in civilian life,” explains Vitalii Masyuk on what motivated him to join the Expert Council of the Ukrainian Veterans Foundation.

It should be noted that the three experts were selected from among 21 candidates in accordance with the requirements of the Regulations on the Expert Councils of the Ukrainian Veterans Foundation and the Regulations on the Commission for the Selection of Experts to the Expert Councils. The Expert Council is now beginning to process the project applications submitted for the “VARTO Start Your Own Business” competition.

Applications for the contest VARTO Start Your Own Business are now closed

The Ukrainian Veterans Foundation has closed the application process for the contest VARTO Start Your Own Business. A total of 219 applications were received.

Today, this is a record number of applicants, so we are immediately moving on to the next stage – technical selection.

We remind you that this year, veterans and their families can receive from UAH 500,000 to UAH 1.5 million from the Ukrainian Veterans Foundation to develop their own business.

Here are the stages of the competitive selection of projects:

Announcement of the competitive selection of projects and the terms of its implementation (start of acceptance of application packages).06.03.2024
Announcement of the selection of experts to the Expert Council of the Foundation.07.03.2024
Acceptance of application packages for the competition VARTO Start Your Own Business.06.03.2024-18.03.2024
Acceptance of documents for the selection of experts.07.03- 18.03.2024
Meeting of the Expert Selection Commission.18.03- 19.03.2024
Approval of the personal composition of the Expert Council of the Foundation.20.03.2024
Verification of the completeness of the submitted documents for their compliance with the established requirements, including anti-corruption checks of applicants.06.03.-29.03.2024
Submission of projects that have passed the technical selection for consideration by the experts of the Foundation’s Expert Councils and the Foundation’s financial department.01.04.2024
The Foundation’s financial department reviews the estimates and provides recommendations on prohibited expenses.01.04- 05.04.2024
Experts provide recommendations to applicants on the type of project support, project implementation mechanism, conditions and amounts of financial support for projects.01.04– 07.04. 2024
Sending a notification to applicants with relevant comments from experts and the financial department.08.04.2024
Applicants should take into account the recommendations of experts and the Foundation’s financial department.09.04-11.04.2024
Open presentation (defense) by applicants of projects submitted for competitive selection.13.04.-14.04.2024
Final evaluation of projects, scoring, final comments, and decision-making by experts of the Foundation’s Expert Council.15.04.2024
Based on the relevant decision of the Foundation’s Expert Council, approval by the Executive Director of the Foundation of the list of projects that have been determined as winners of the competitive selection of projects.16.04.2024
Announcement of the winners of VARTO Start Your Own Business competitive project selection.16.04.2024
Publication of the results of the competitive selection VARTO Start Your Own Business on the official website of the Foundation.16.04.2024
Signing project implementation agreements between the Foundation and the winners of the competitive selection.16.04.-25.04.2024

Every second Ukrainian assumes that they can become a veteran

41% of Ukrainians surveyed assume that they may become a veteran in the future, while 53% share the opposite opinion.

These are the results of the fourth nationwide survey “Image of Veterans in Ukrainian Society” conducted by the Sociological Group “Rating” in cooperation with the Ukrainian Veterans Foundation.

Geography of respondents

Residents of the western regions, the youngest respondents, men, and those with relatives and friends who have fought since 2014 and up to now are most likely to talk about the possibility of becoming a veteran.

“Particular attention should be paid to the disturbing trend of declining trust in ATO/JFO veterans, according to the survey. This may indicate the growing stigmatization of veterans and potentially deepening problems with their socialization and adaptation. If this trend continues, we may witness similar scenarios for veterans currently at war after they return home,” says Ruslana Velychko-Tryfoniuk, acting executive director of the Ukrainian Veterans Foundation.

Despite the increase in the number of families with people who are fighting, the survey shows a decrease in the level of absolute trust of the civilian population in veterans of various categories and the military.

“76% of respondents believe that society today respects veterans. At the same time, compared to the survey in September 2023, their number has hardly changed (in September, it was 79%). Today, 18% share the opposite opinion. The number of such people is higher among the residents of the western regions and young people,” emphasized Lyubomyr Misiv, Deputy Director of the Sociological Group “Rating”.

Problems veterans will face

67% of Ukrainians believe that one of the main problems for veterans will be misunderstanding by society. At the same time, a survey conducted by the Ukrainian Veterans Foundation in January 2024 among veterans showed that 63.3% of veterans would face misunderstanding from society.

“We regularly conduct nationwide surveys among the civilian population and analyze the needs and attitudes of veterans. We are currently witnessing an increase in the stigmatization of defenders. For example, according to the results of a nationwide survey, 86% of Ukrainians believe that veterans will face psycho-emotional instability, while the latest analysis of veterans’ attitudes shows that only 50.5% of veterans consider this problem likely,” says Yulia Kirillova, head of the educational and analytical department of the Ukrainian Veterans Foundation.

More details on the survey can be found on the website of the Ukrainian Veterans Foundation.

The survey was conducted on March 2-5, 2024. The sample is representative in terms of age, gender and type of settlement. Sample population: 1000 respondents. Survey method: CATI. The error of representativeness of the survey with a confidence level of 0.95: no more than 3.1%.

Stages of the competitive selection of projects “VARTO Start Your Own Business”

The Ukrainian Veterans Foundation describes in detail the procedure for submitting and competitively selecting projects for participation in its competitive programs.

Applicants must follow the established guidelines and requirements of the Ukrainian Veterans Foundation, including filling out the application form and submitting the necessary documents.

Who is eligible to apply for the VARTO Start Your Own Business competition?

  • Veterans who are registered as individual entrepreneurs in accordance with the requirements of the law;
  • family members of fallen (deceased) war veterans and family members of fallen (deceased) Defenders of Ukraine who are registered as individual entrepreneurs in accordance with the requirements of the law;
  • spouses of veterans who are registered as individual entrepreneurs in accordance with the requirements of the law, if the projects are aimed at reintegrating veterans into active social life, ensuring the preservation and restoration of their physical and mental health;
  • legal entities (except for public associations and charitable organizations) registered no later than one year prior to submitting an application for participation in the competitive selection, at least one of the founders (participants, owners, shareholders) of which is a veteran or a family member of a fallen (deceased) war veteran, a family member of a fallen (deceased) Defender of Ukraine, or a veteran’s spouse, if the projects are aimed at reintegrating veterans into active social life, ensuring the preservation and restoration of their physical and mental health.

Steps for applicants

Applicants who wish to participate in the competition of the Ukrainian Veterans Foundation must fill out the application form and attach all the necessary documents, the list of which is specified in the instruction.

The application period starts on March 6, 2024.

The deadline for applications is March 18, 2024 (until 23:59 Kyiv time).

After sending the application package through the CRM system of the Ukrainian Veterans Foundation https://uvfproject.com.ua (each document should not exceed 10 MB), the applicant will receive an automatically generated letter with the application number to his or her e-mail. Applications are technically selected within five business days, during which the completeness and compliance of the submitted documents with the established requirements are checked.

If the application package is found to be incomplete, the documents are not properly filled out, false information is provided, or if the application is submitted after the deadline, the applicant will be notified by the Ukrainian Veterans Foundation by e-mail. The applicant has the right to submit corrected documents within five business days after receiving the notification.

Application packages that have successfully passed the technical selection will be submitted for review and expert evaluation in accordance with the evaluation methodology. Experts from the Ukrainian Veterans Foundation will provide recommendations to applicants on project support, implementation mechanisms, terms and amounts of funding.

Experts and evaluations

Expert Councils of the Ukrainian Veterans Foundation are formed for each competitive selection of projects. They consist of experts recommended for inclusion in the councils on the basis of selection that meets the requirements and criteria set forth in the relevant regulations and orders. The quantitative and personal composition of the Expert Councils is approved by the Executive Director or Acting Executive Director of the Ukrainian Veterans Foundation.

The experts of the Expert Councils evaluate the submitted application packages in accordance with the requirements of the Methodology for the Expert Evaluation of Projects and the Guidelines for Applicants. They provide recommendations to applicants on project support, implementation mechanisms, terms and amounts of funding.

Applicants must take into account the recommendations of the experts and the financial department of the Ukrainian Veterans Foundation and submit corrected documents within three business days. An open presentation of the projects is also planned via the Internet.

Based on the assessment of the Expert Council, a list of winning projects will be formed in accordance with the regulations on competitive project selection. The results of the competitive selection will be published on the Foundation’s official website.

You can send your questions and clarifications regarding the submitted application package to uvfprojects@veteranfund.mva.gov.ua with the obligatory indication of the subject line “VARTO Start Your Own Business” and the application number. Otherwise, the letter may not be considered by the responsible department of the Foundation.

The competitive selection of experts to the Expert Council of the Ukrainian Veterans Foundation for the “VARTO Start Your Own Business” projects has started

On March 7, 2024, a competitive selection of experts (three main and reserve) to the Expert Council of the Ukrainian Veterans Foundation for the competitive selection of projects “VARTO Start Your Own Business” will begin.

How to apply and when is the deadline

We invite experienced professionals who are familiar with the specifics of building and expanding a business in Ukraine, understand the problems and needs of business today.

The deadline for submitting documents is March 18, 2024 (by 12:00 PM Kyiv time).

To apply, please follow this link (to do so, register, log in, select “Programs” on the left in the “Programs” panel – “Start Your Own Business” and select “Apply for an Expert”).

Applicants will be notified of the selection results by e-mail.

What are the responsibilities of the Ukrainian Veterans Foundation experts and requirements for candidates?

Responsibilities of the experts of the Expert Council of the Foundation:

  • Conducting an expert evaluation of application packages in accordance with the Expert Evaluation Methodology (evaluation criteria – Annex 1);
  • Participation in the public presentation (defense) of projects by applicants;
  • Formation of a rating list of the winners of the competitive selection.

Requirements for a candidate for the Foundation’s experts:

  • Higher education not lower than the second (master’s) level;
  • Experience in effective project management, including at least 1 year of project budgeting experience;
  • Business experience and/or understanding of business processes;
  • Knowledge of business Ukrainian;
  • Impeccable business reputation.

Candidates for the Expert Councils are selected in accordance with the requirements of the Regulations on the Expert Councils of the Ukrainian Veterans Foundation and the Regulations on the Commission for the Selection of Experts to the Expert Councils.

Please note: the Foundation’s experts do not have the right to simultaneously be applicants for the competitive selection or participate in the implementation of projects submitted to the Foundation (for this or any other competitive selection of projects).

How to apply for the competition: key tips

To submit documents for the competition, you need:

  • to familiarize yourself with the Regulations on the Expert Councils of the budgetary institution “Ukrainian Veterans Foundation” (in particular, clause 16) and the Methodology of expert evaluation;
  • application (in accordance with Annex 1 to the Regulation on Expert Councils);
  • motivation letter (in any form);
  • a copy of an identity document;
  • a copy of the individual tax number;
  • consent to the collection and processing of personal data (in accordance with Annex 2 to the Regulation on the Expert Councils);
  • a detailed professional resume in the state language with annexes confirming the profile activity;
  • copies of the candidate’s documents confirming higher education not lower than the second (master’s) level.

All copies of the documents shall be submitted in Ukrainian and/or in the original language with a translation into Ukrainian and EXCLUSIVELY in PDF format. Documents in any other format will NOT be considered. If you need to upload more than one document in one field (for example, passport pages), it is advisable to combine them into one file.

  • Prepare and sign the documents (mandatory signature is required in the Application and Consent of the candidate to the processing of personal data). This can be done using an electronic signature.
  • Fill in the information and submit the documents for the competition for the selection of experts in this questionnaire by the specified deadline.

If you have any questions, please contact a.ivaniuk@veteranfund.mva.gov.ua.

VARTO Start Your Own Business: UAH 1.5 Million Allocated to Veterans

On March 6, the Ukrainian Veterans Foundation of the Ministry of Veterans Affairs starts selecting applications for the veteran business financing program “VARTO Start Your Own Business”.

Under the terms of the competition, veterans can receive from UAH 500 thousand to UAH 1.5 million to start or develop their own business.

Applications for project funding can be submitted by:

  • veterans, family members of fallen (deceased) war veterans and family members of fallen (deceased) defenders of Ukraine who are registered as individual entrepreneurs;
  • spouses of veterans who are registered as individual entrepreneurs, if the projects are aimed at reintegrating veterans into active social life, ensuring the preservation and restoration of their physical and mental health;
  • legal entities registered no later than one year prior to receiving financial support, whose founders are veterans, family members of fallen (deceased) war veterans, and family members of fallen (deceased) defenders of Ukraine.

Applications will be accepted from March 6 to 18, 2024.

More information about the terms and step-by-step instructions is available on the Ukrainian Veterans Foundation website.

Over the past two years, the Ukrainian Veterans Foundation has supported 573 veteran-owned businesses. More than UAH 293 million has been allocated to the winners of the VARTO competition programs from the Foundation.

For questions and clarifications regarding the application package, please send an email to uvfprojects@veteranfund.mva.gov.ua. Be sure to indicate the subject line “VARTO Start Your Own Business” and the application number.

Winners of Varto+NGO open the fifth veterans’ space

The winners of Varto+NGO have opened a veterans’ headquarters called Their Own to Their Own in Zhovkva, Lviv Oblast. This is the fifth space for veterans launched by the NGO “Association of Volunteers.”

“Veterans and their families can gather here to socialize, get legal advice or psychological support. To implement this initiative, the community received furniture and equipment purchased with funds we received from the Ukrainian Veterans Foundation,” says Olena Zhyvko, a veteran and head of the NGO “Association of Volunteers.”

Zhovkva City Council and other partners joined the initiative.

It is planned that the space will also be used to organize meetings for children who lost their parents in the war. Families of military personnel and demobilized soldiers are also invited.

The idea to create veterans’ spaces in small communities of the region is due to the fact that work with veterans is usually better organized in large cities. Instead, in small communities, soldiers returning from war often do not have the opportunity to receive the necessary support and assistance.

According to Olena Zhyvko, it is important to show veterans returning home, regardless of whether they live in a big city or a village, that there are people nearby who are ready to help them cope with the consequences of war and return to civilian life.

Read more about how the NGO “Association of Volunteers” works with veterans in Lviv Oblast here.

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