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In 2018, Nick Kulik created his foundation to protect and expand nature conservation areas in Ukraine, while preserving the last endangered animals and marine life. Newpets Foundation implements solutions that help restore the balance between nature and man, providing projects for collection and recycling of debris in our country. Now Newpets is working on some of the most urgent environmental problems of our time: climate change, extinction of wildlife, forest loss, pollution of the seas and recycling of garbage.

Through initiatives to provide grants and jobs to Ukrainians in the field of environmental conservation, we are increasing the scale of our fund's activities, choosing the best ideas that will help stabilize the ecosystem of our country.

A wide range of projects created or financed by Newpets - from efforts to create and expand protected areas on land and in our seas, restore populations of various fauna included in the Red Data Book of Ukraine, finance existing protected areas, introduce innovative solutions for clearing Ukraine of debris, to support young scientists and researchers working to provide important environmental protection measures - its a direct reflection of the massive efforts needed to reverse the situation. Newpets believes in a future in which nature and humanity coexist in harmony. And we not only think that these actions can be done, but firmly believe that this must be done to ensure the long-term survival of rare species and vital ecosystems for us.


We are currently hiring for a number of roles. If you’re interested in joining a young team of passionate people working from all over the world then you can take a look at the available positions and submit an application on our jobs page.


Newpets is constantly looking for leaders in their fields from conservation, ecology, research and technology. Our grantees create solutions for Ukraine's healthier and more sustainable future, using for this purpose some of the most vital scientific innovations of our time.

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