As soon as the crisis in Ukraine escalated in February 2022, we have refocused our activities to supporting Ukrainians in this terrible period, from the expatriation of refugees to the provision of medical/food supplies to hospitals and orphanages all along the front line.
Our latest project, Bring Kids Back UA, coordinated by the Coordination Council for Child Protection and Safety under the President of Ukraine, chaired by the Head of the Presidential Office Andriy Yermak, and in collaboration with the Ombudsman of Ukraine, aims to:

  • identify and trace the stolen children of Ukraine
  • repatriate and care for them in special rehabilitation centres
  • provide input of their cases to the International Criminal Court in The Hague

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How we support vulnerable communities, with focus on Ukrainian children


Let us tell you about our humanitarian projects and what we have achieved


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About us

Meet the founders and the team & partners who support us

“The child is the victim of a war crime, and the investigator’s task is to find out about it as carefully as possible,
without traumatising the child further, so that the information can then be passed on to a Ukrainian court or the International Criminal Court.”

Olena Zelenska, First Lady of Ukraine

“The first step has been taken, 371 children are back at home in Ukraine. I fully support the Bring Kids Back UA program.
We want to bring the children back as soon as possible. This is the most important thing.”

Volodymyr Zelenskyy, President of Ukraine

“Honoured to meet Mariam Lambert and present her with the Ukrainian award – the Order of Merit, 3rd Class, for her significant personal contribution and assistance to Ukraine. From the first day of the war, Mariam started providing humanitarian help to Ukraine. She has in person accompanied every humanitarian cargo with medicines and goods for children to hospitals. Delivering all that vital aid from hand to hand to doctors, soldiers, and patients.”

Oleksandr Karasevych, UA Ambassador in the Netherlands

Field of operations



Our humanitarian mission since February 2022: 24 tons of winter clothes, 85 tons of medicine, 31 tons of ready-made meals delivered.



We continuously deliver trucks with tons of medical supplies to hospitals and maternities all over Ukraine, from basic items such as bandages and first aid kits, to cancer treatments and other specific medicine.



Providing food to orphans on a daily basis: cooperation with orphanages in Africa, South Asia and East Europe, with 5 tons of rice and fruits delivered since 2011.



Facilitating access to education for vulnerable communities through learning material and building of schools in Kenya and Zanzibar.


News & Events

BringKidsBackUA presentation The Hague

Official launch “Stolen Voices” program

Today the ‘Stolen Voices’ project was officially launched in the city of The Hague, home to the International…


Delivery of vans to Ukrainian Ombudsman

Our work under the #BringKidsBackUA programme continues, and there is not better way to celebrate Independence Day in…

Medal of Merit by UA ambassador

Medal Of Merit

Ukrainian Ambassador Oleksandr Karasevych presented the Order of Merit to Mariam Lambert, co-founder of the Orphans Feeding Foundation.…


Signing memorandum of cooperation

The Human Rights Commissioner of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine, Dmytro Lubinets, announced the signing of a memorandum…