the top organ of executive power in Ukraine whose decisions have renewed the construction and allocate funds from the national budget
the main spending unit to which the National Museum of the Holodomor-Genocide and the Directorate for Phase II Construction of the National Museum of the Holodomor-Genocide are subordinated
a state-owned enterprise established by an Order of the Minister of Culture of Ukraine in April 2017 and designated as the museum construction project owner. It is the recipient and administrator of budget funds earmarked for the construction
a legal entity, a State museum preserving the memory of Holodomor victims and telling the story of genocide of the Ukrainian nation of 1932-1933. The National Museum is a heart for commemorating millions of Ukrainians killed in the Holodomor years. The working group, set up on the basis of the Museum, has developed the scientific concept of the exhibit.
a charitable organization, established by representatives of three non-profit organization and initiatives: All-Ukrainian Human Rights Protection Organization “Memorial” named after Vasyl Stus, Public Committee for the Commemoration of the Victims of Holodomor-Genocide 1932-1933 and Ukrainian World Congress
The Foundation is the primary non-profit charitable organization responsible for conducting the international fundraising campaign for the National Holodomor-Genocide Museum and in particular to produce the Main Exhibition Design for the Holodomor-Genocide Museum, implement it, and establish the endowment fund for further sustainable development of the Museum.
a non-profit organization established under Canadian law and located in Toronto, Ontario.
CUF as the official Foundation partner, solely responsible for conducting the fundraising campaign outside the territory of Ukraine and namely in the European Union, Great Britain, North America, Australia, other countries and on other continents, to be defined in a separate plan prepared by CUF.