you are the one who decides how great your dreams ARE GOING TO BE
BeU fund #SuperHumans supports people
of different ages and individual physical abilities,
who dare to set ambitious sport goals

Here in BeU #SuperHumans fund we believe:
o one should tell you when to stop fighting for your dream.
When they ask you to stop. When they say that you are trying in vain and there will be an unreasonably high price to pay for your dream. When they make you doubt your goal and your passionate dedication to your dream. They call you insane, obsessed, fanatic... That's when the most interesting things start to happen!

We keep moving forward. We overcome all the obstacles.
We erase the boundaries of what is possible. We fight till the end. We achieve unimaginable things. We become a new version of ourselves – we become SuperHumans!

Every moment you have a choice:
you either give up or you keep on fighting.
This choice defines your life in every moment.

We know what choice we will pick.

Are you with us?
Our values
We develop our spirit via body
We inspire others with our lifestyle
We live a passionate and limitless life
We fulfill our unique mission
This is what we do
We find Heroes–sportsmen
who are ready to follow their dreams
We develop a strategy
of achieving a goal for every Hero
We cover a story
of every Hero
We bring professionals
who will assist our Heroes in achieving their goals
We finance
every Hero to achieve their goals
We create an online community
to provide communication platform and mutual support for Heroes, their parents, volunteers and event planners
Our Heroes
Miron Pleshakov
Age: 9 years old
Health problem: autism spectrum disorder
Why it is important to become a part of the project: to improve his health, to get over communication fear issues and a fear of water, to get some positive emotions.
Life goal: to find a friend
Achievements: drawing (art), participation in school art exhibits
Krassikov brothers
The brothers Dmitry and Valentine practice fencing professionally and they dream to become a part of the Paralympic team of Estonia and to be among participants of Tokyo Olympics in 2020. Despite of diagnosis (moderate and severe ICP) the guys inspire everyone around them with their drive and vivacity. They constantly are amongst friends and in the thick of things.
Makar Medvedev
Makar was born with a rare diagnosis which is inheritable achromotrichia, he has only 10% of his vision in daylight. Nevertheless, Makar chooses to make his weak point his superpower: he found the kind of sport that suited him (which is sport diving), where he does not need to rely on his vision. Makar has his trainings and performs under standard conditions. He has a dream to become a part of Estonian national team and participate in the International competitions.
Matvey Serednitskiy
Matvey adores sports, especially football, swimming, boxing, cycling and power walking on stepmill. Matvey has spastic diplegia, which is a form of infantile cerebral paralysis. He dreams to be able to walk and he is hopeful one day he will. Matvey inspired his parents to open a child center, a gym. He motivated them to organize summer camps for children with special needs.
Masha Ivanova
Masha is an excellent pupil, she is in a second grade. She lives with her parents and 2 elder brothers in Narva and studies at a common school. Together with her friend Matvey they have their wheelchair dance training. Kids are trained very intensively. When Masha gets some rest, she is happy to keep training with a smile on her face. Masha's cherished goal is to take part in the grand competitions for wheelchair dancing!
Elena Pipper
Elena's dream is to show her son, herself and other people with serious diseases of different ages that a woman can reach her dream: to become a part of Paralympic games! Elena would love to see that every common school or gym could be open for everybody despite of peculiarities of their bodies or the other special needs. Elena has been trained as a powerlifter for 2 years and is preparing to take part at the first and the only one event to qualify for taking part in Paralympic games in Tokyo, 2020.
Alexander Kalichava
Alexander's dream is to win triathlon paralympic competitions. Due to a bike accident in 2015 Alexander lost his right leg. The change in circumstances made him feel more excited about his goal. He keeps cycling regularly and flying paraplane. His main aim now is to overcome all the obstacles and to participate in Tokyo Olympics.
Matvey Smirnov
Matvey has a dream of performing. Every time he gets to see a concert of performance he wishes to be on stage. Recently he got interested in dancing which made his dream of stage a bit more tangible. Unfortunately, the conventional way of practicing was impossible as Matvey required special tutor, with whom he can easily communicate and get along with. Thanks to the special development centre "Matveyka", the boy has a chance to pursue his passion of dancing. The new atmosphere is beneficial for his development as Matvey isn't treated here like a kid with 'special' needs but a normal boy with his own unique qualities.
Superheroes will be happy
to get your support!
Are you ready to support our Superheroes on the way to their dreams?
Fund news & Heroes' blogs
Tallinn, Estonia
Contact person:
Vladislav Loginov