We support the community of Slavutych – the city built to house those displaced by the nuclear disaster of 1986. Slavutych is also home to workers that continue go into the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone every day to mitigate the long-term effects of the accident and ensure that Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant remains secure.

The unique needs of this community are significantly underfunded. Our programs provide essential services to those that continue to be affected by the Chernobyl disaster.

Clean Futures- Woman hugging founder Lucas Hixson
Clean Futures- Woman hugging founder Lucas Hixson
Clean Futures- Woman hugging founder Lucas Hixson
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Chernobyl Children’s Program

  • We support the 100 children that call the orphanage in Slavutych home. Aged from a few months to eighteen years old, they were abandoned by their parents or rescued from abuse and neglect. We provide school supplies, household supplies, food and medicines. We also support the Children’s Rehabilitation Center, which provides physical therapy and remedial activities for over 200 children with physical and developmental challenges, every month.
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Dogs of Chernobyl

  • The pets of Chernobyl were left behind in the evacuated town of Pripyat during 1986 the emergency evacuation. Since then, the population has been somewhat controlled by an extermination program. Since our involvement in 2017, no cats or dogs of Chernobyl have been culled. We conduct sterilization clinics to reduce the population; provide vaccinations and medical care to strays; and provide food to the Dogs of Chernobyl year round.
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Chernobyl Community Medical Fund

  • Chernobyl Workers’ Medical Fund
    Our lifesaving Chernobyl Worker’s Medical Fund was the catalyst to found Clean Futures (link: About page) Fund. We support the ongoing medical needs of the men and women who bravely went to work every day in a high-risk environment to reduce the impact of the disaster. We fund treatment for chronic, stabilized medical issues that need ongoing care, medication or therapy; including muscular deficiency, lung and skin issues and thyroid issues.
  • Chernobyl Residents Medical Fund
    We fund lifesaving medical for the residents of Slavutych who do not have access to medical care. We have funded treatment for a young mother with a brain tumors and a community advocate that experienced a sudden aneurysm.
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Human Healthcare Fund

Our lifesaving Human Healthcare Fund was the catalyst that led to the establishment of Clean Futures Fund. We support ongoing as well as acute medical needs of adults and children in need under the direction of our Ukraine-based medical director, Dr. Victoria Beznoshchenko. We have assisted current Chernobyl workers, retired workers, Chernobyl liquidators, as well as children. Since inception of the fund, CFF has disbursed over $50,000 USD in healthcare assistance.

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Dogs of Chernobyl

The Dogs of Chernobyl are the ancestors of dogs that were left behind during the evacuation of the worker town of Pripyat in April 1986 during the catastrophe. Aside from an initial attempt by Soviet authorities to kill the abandoned dogs, the population grew and breeding was out of control. Since our involvement in 2017, no cats or dogs in the exclusion zone have been culled. We conduct sterilization clinics to reduce the population; provide vaccinations and medical care to strays; and provide food to the Dogs of Chernobyl.

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Chernobyl Children

We provide support to children that call the orphanage in Slavutych home. Aged from a few months to eighteen years old, they were abandoned by their parents or rescued from abuse and neglect. We provide school supplies, household supplies, food and medicines. We also support the Children’s Rehabilitation Center, which provides physical therapy and remedial activities for children with physical and developmental challenges.
Clean Futures Fund Children's Program

Our lifesaving Human Healthcare Fund was the catalyst that led to the establishment of Clean Futures Fund. We support ongoing as well as acute medical needs of adults and children in need under the direction of our Ukraine-based medical director, Dr. Victoria Beznoshchenko. We have assisted current Chernobyl workers, retired workers, Chernobyl liquidators, as well as children. Since inception of the fund, CFF has disbursed over $50,000 USD in healthcare assistance.

Clean Futures Fund Dogs of Chernobyl

The Dogs of Chernobyl are the ancestors of dogs that were left behind during the evacuation of the worker town of Pripyat in April 1986 during the catastrophe. Aside from an initial attempt by Soviet authorities to kill the abandoned dogs, the population grew and breeding was out of control. Since our involvement in 2017, no cats or dogs in the exclusion zone have been culled. We conduct sterilization clinics to reduce the population; provide vaccinations and medical care to strays; and provide food to the Dogs of Chernobyl.

Clean Futures Fund Children's Program

We provide support to children that call the orphanage in Slavutych home. Aged from a few months to eighteen years old, they were abandoned by their parents or rescued from abuse and neglect. We provide school supplies, household supplies, food and medicines. We also support the Children’s Rehabilitation Center, which provides physical therapy and remedial activities for children with physical and developmental challenges.

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