Corporate social responsibility

Everybody deserves good legal advice but not everybody can afford it. That is true particularly for the youngest and for the oldest in our society.

We use our expertise in law to support those in need of legal help:



Established in 2013, Lifelover is a charitable foundation that organizes leisure for the elderly and provides them with the necessary targeted assistance. Utilising a wide volunteer network, the foundation provides diverse opportunities for socializing and integration into local communities, as well as ensures access to free meals and medicines.


Ukrainian Helsinki Human Rights Union

Established in 2004, it is an independent non-profit organization bringing together 29 NGOs with the purpose of human rights protection. The Union is a part of the Helsinki movement and continuator of traditions and activities of the Ukrainian Public Group to Promote the Implementation of the Helsinki Accords.


Ukrainian Philanthropists’ Forum (UPF)

Established in 2005, UPF is a professional association of 41 charitable foundations and leaders of philanthropic organizations in Ukraine. Its mission is to foster a responsible, transparent and accountable charity community and promote the effectiveness of the charity sector. UPF is a member of DAFNE (The Donors and Foundations’ Networks in Europe), WINGS (Worldwide Initiatives for Grantmaker Support network), and a signatory of the UN Global Compact Ukrainian network.



It is a charity fund that helps children from more than 80 orphanages in 24 regions of Ukraine to adapt to life in the community. The fund is focused on providing access to education, developing skills, sports talents and creativity, engaging children in a healthy lifestyle.



We at INTEGRITES believe in sharing as a way to care, especially when it comes to education. We maintain a successful track record of cooperation with the National University of the Kyiv-Mohyla Academy.

  • Together with NAUKMA we launched i-Talents. It’s an annual educational course which gives law students in-depth insights in legal profession, as well as internship and further employment opportunities at INTEGRITES. With this project we support the young generation of Ukrainian lawyers by sharing our experience with them and helping them build careers in Ukraine.
  • In summer 2018, the firm refurbished a classroom for law students of the Academy. The room which has been technically equipped, furnished and fully renovated, can accommodate up to 30 people. It will be the location for law classes at the Academy and public lectures by well-known Ukrainian and foreign lawyers.
  • In winter 2020, INTEGRITES partners will start teaching a pro bono guest course for law students of the Academy on legal aspects of attracting investment in Ukraine.




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