Social Activity

Vlada Molchanova is actively involved in public life.

Together with her children and family, she established the Vlada Molchanova Foundation, a key tool for the implementation of public and charitable projects.

Since the beginning of the full-scale Russian-Ukrainian war on February 24, 2022, Vlada Molchanova stays in Kyiv and actively assists volunteer organizations providing Kyiv residents with food, clothes and essential goods. She also gathered all available resources to help in the construction of defensive and anti-tank structures for the capital.

Vlada Molchanova Foundation provides material and technical support, in particular, transport, to the Armed Forces of Ukraine, the Ministry of Internal Affairs and other law enforcement bodies that protect the Ukrainian state from Russian aggression.

Vlada Molchanova is a perennial supporter of the Orthodox Church of Ukraine. She was awarded church awards, in particular, for her help in the reconstruction of St. Michael's Zolotoverkhy Cathedral.

Vlada Molchanova built an orthodox temple in her father's small homeland, in the village of Berezhanka, Khmelnytsky region. Together with her father, Kyiv scientist Boris Romanyuk, she became a patron of the construction of St. Boris and Gleb church, as well as a Sunday school of the Orthodox Church of Ukraine in the Kiev microdistrict Vynohradar.

Another priority for Vlada Molchanova is the support for the development of Ukrainian science. Vlada's projects included various valuable equipment for the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine that will allow conducting unique Physics research. Vlada regularly supports Ukrainian scientific events and exchange programs.

In addition, Vlada Molchanova is one of the founders of the public organization Center for the Protection of Kyivans (CPK). For several years, the CPK has been providing free legal assistance to Kyiv residents and organizing computer literacy courses. The center's experts deeply study Kyiv's challenges, analyze international experience and build the city's development programs.

As the founder, Vlada Molchanova participated as a moderator during the negotiations and the signing of a memorandum on the completion of the facilities of the bankrupt Arkada Bank.

Actively supported the protestors of the Revolution of Dignity in 2013-2014 in Kyiv. Her house functioned as part of the hospita based at St. Michael's Golden-Domed Monastery territory.