The Foundation

“Three Women” is a non-profit foundation born in the first days of the COVID-19 pandemic in Bulgaria.

The foundation was established in 2020 by Krustina Stefanova, Sibina Grigorova and Desislava Olovanova. The three run free of charge an organisation dedicated to significant causes that lead society to positive change, and help people and communities in difficult or critical situations.

Today, the Three Women Foundation far exceeds the capacity of its three founders and is supported by the invaluable help of companies, like-minded people, friends and the media.

Its name reflects the power of the “contagious good” that can come from a small group of people and inspire and engage like-minded people in dedicated work for communities in need.

You can view the currently active campaigns of the Foundation here.

The team

Sibina Grigorova
А Journalist with many years of experience in the Bulgarian media. She is interested in politics and tennis. You can hear her in the weekly podcast of the media "Boulevard Bulgaria" - "Life and other things" founded by her and her husband.
Desislava Olovanova
An Advertising expert with 20 years of experience in the field of advertising and communications, manager of McCann Sofia. With the agency in 2021, Desislava won the first Bulgarian "Lion" from Cannes (Cannes Lion). The prize is for the Booktrips campaign.
Krustina Stefanova
Marketing expert with over 15 years of experience, founder and co-owner of the interior design company Workspace. Krustina works on projects in the field of entrepreneurship, interior and product design.

For their charity campaigns, Sibina, Krustina and Desislava were awarded the “Worthy Bulgarians” prize  (a nationwide initiative organised by the “24 Hours” media and partners), as well as the “Woman of the Year” award in the “Social Activities” category.

Today, “Three Women” works with the energy and devotion not only of its three founders, but also of new supporters in the face of:

Kristina Despotova
Kristina Despotova is a culturologist by education, but in recent years she has been working as a producer in the field of cinema and advertising.
Lilia Tsacheva
Lilia Tsacheva is a political journalist - by heart and by craft, one of the authors in the project "Black Book of Government Waste". She is a traveler at heart who believes that words are most precious when telling stories of good.
Desislava Vekilska
Desislava Vekilska has many years of extensive experience in advertising and communications. She is always looking for inspiration and projects that provoke the exchange of new and curious points of view in the field of culture and art, socially responsible projects, human rights.
Sofia Cohen
Sofia has over 20 years of experience in advertising and marketing, gained in Bulgarian and international companies. For the last 7 years she has been actively involved in social campaigns and activities, fulfilling two consecutive mandates as President of the Religious Community of Jews in Bulgaria.


To make charity and donations in Bulgaria safe and transparent.


To return to the Bulgarians the faith in their own ability to change their country for the better.


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