About the Howard G. Buffett Foundation.

Established in 1999, the Howard G. Buffett Foundation is a U.S. private family foundation working to improve food security, mitigate conflict, enhance public safety, and combat human trafficking. The Foundation’s work in Ukraine began in 2022 shortly after Russia’s full-scale invasion and is focused on addressing the largest humanitarian crisis in Europe since World War II. The Foundation’s work in Ukraine is expansive and includes support to farmers to address the increasing food insecurity created by the conflict, both locally and globally.
Victory Harvest is made possible thanks to funding provided exclusively by the Howard G. Buffett Foundation. To learn more, please visit www.thehowardgbuffettfoundation.org

Support to Ukrainian Farmers

Our support to Ukrainian farmers is aimed at addressing the unprecedented disruptions to the Ukrainian agricultural sector and global food security caused by Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine in February 2022. We loan agricultural equipment to small- and medium-sized farmers free of charge to help them plant, harvest, and store their crops. Our mission is to hold the agrarian front.

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Types of Help

Our assistance is available to small- and medium-sized farm operations in Ukraine, with a priority to assist those who have been directly impacted by the war

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Fund team

Dmytro Solomchuk

Head of the Supervisory board

Olexandra Vasylenko


Yulia Zalozneva

Fund CEO

Lilia Maistruk

Project manager

Kristina Tsys

Communication manager

Svitlana Dzenik


Olena Roik


Ivan Tarasyuk

Senior mechanic

Yulia Stefanyuk

The Ukraine Foundation