"We shall never surrender."

The Winston Churchill Charitable Foundation was established on the initiative of the world community in 1954 after receiving Nobel Prize on literature, he invested part of the funds in the development fund. His wife, Clementine Churchill herself contributed the first installment to the fund. And it prompted the members of the British government to do it. The largest amount of humanitarian aid was provided through the Foundation for Assistance to the British Red Cross Society and the Order of St. John in Jerusalem.

Throughout the world, because of the lack of early diagnosis, disease of different species and degrees is only detected in the late stages. Even this did not prevent our fund and other organizations from making a sharp jump up: 70% of the cases are curable.

Your little support will bring someone life
Program «Fighting poverty»
Fighting poverty
Help people who find themselves in a difficult life situation.
Program «Donate Children's»
Donate to students for education
The Foundation’s Scholarship Program offers American citizens of exceptional ability and outstanding achievement the opportunity to pursue graduate studies in engineering, mathematics, or the sciences at Cambridge.
Program «International Hospital Assistance»
International Hospital Assistance
Assistance to medical institutions with medicines, equipment, improving the conditions of people in medical institutions of the world.
Program «Humanitarian assistance»
Humanitarian assistance
Provision of gratuitous assistance, means for living, such as food, clothing, medicines, drinking water, distributed free of charge to the population of countries affected by a humanitarian catastrophe or facing it. The Foundation focuses its efforts on meeting the needs of people in crisis and emergency situations.
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