About Us

Our Mission Statement

The Clean Futures Fund (CFF) is a U.S. non-profit organization established to raise awareness and provide international support for communities affected by industrial accidents and long-term remedial activities. CFF identifies and finances humanitarian aid projects and the exchange of information and experiences from affected communities in order to support long-term remedial activities around the world. The Fund is dedicated to strengthening international relations and advancing the United States as a cornerstone of humanitarian aid and a contributing member of the global community.

Our Vision

We envision a world where the workers and families of people who live in affected areas are provided adequate education, healthcare and safe work environments.

Our Values

  • Transparency and Integrity – We act transparently and with integrity in all relationships and operations.
  • Leadership – We are constantly working to advocate for men, women and children who have been affected.
  • Cooperation – Together with our partners we are able to impact the lives of so many who need it the most.

Our Guiding Tenets:

  • CFF activities will always be guided by our mission and vision
  • CFF’s values of transparency and integrity, leadership, and cooperation are never compromised
  • CFF personnel are held to the highest standards of fiscal responsibility
  • CFF humanitarian projects must have stakeholder support
  • CFF projects must support the local economy and workforce
  • CFF projects will compliment and cooperate with locally available services
  • CFF will not compete with other non-profit organizations to provide duplicative assistance
  • CFF project objectives will be SMART, Specific, Measurable, Assignable, Realistic, and Time-bound

Our Current Geographical Areas of Focus:

  • Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant and Chernobyl Exclusion Zone, Ukraine
  • Chernobyl worker town of Slavutych, Ukraine

Our Current Projects in the Chernobyl Region Will Focus On:

  • Improving occupational health and safety for the current ChNPP and Chernobyl Exclusion Zone workforce
  • Improving quality of and access to healthcare, educational, and social services
  • Developing professional exchange opportunities with institutions and organizations
  • Engaging with the public and partners to generate awareness in the United States and abroad