Charity and Sponsorship
We firmly believe that business reputation of a modern company is based, among other things, on adherence to high ethical standards.
Social and charitable activities in relation to the most vulnerable groups of the population, as well as support for cultural development, education, medicine, sports and other society-focused programs across the world form an important part of Gazprom Export's activities.
21 July 2015
Austria hosted the traditional international Summer Academy of Arts “Energy for Life” as a part of international children project “Open World”. This year the project turned 10 years old.
1 June 2015
In the lead-up to the end of the school year and International Day for Protection of Children, Gazprom Export worked with Dom Buduschego Center to hold several charity events for children from orphanages and social institutions
4 May 2015
Gazprom Export’s office hosted the final part of the Victory Day Photo-Weel educational experience program. After the ceremonies Vasily Prudnikov, Chief Manager of the project, addressed the children with the final lecture.
20 April 2015
Ice hockey club SKA, sponsored by Gazprom Export, storms to 2015 Gagarin Cup glory
30 March 2015
First stage of the Victory Photo-Wheel Educational Experience Program was launched in the Kostroma and Smolensk regions’ boarding schools and children’s homes. The 2015 Photo-Wheel project’s theme is the anniversary of Victory in World War II.
25 March 2015
Russian musicians together with their Korean colleagues held a concert at the Munhwa Cultural Center Hall of Seoul National University.
24 March 2015
This March saw the release of the seventh annual collection of best projects from the prestigious Silver Archer National Public Relations Development Award
13 March 2015
Gazprom Export supported the St. Petersburg-based AdVita (For Life) Charity Foundation, which assists people suffering from hematologic malignancies.
2 March 2015
The first stage of the educational experience program was launched in St. Petersburg on 1 March. It was attended by over 50 children from children’s homes and social institutions in St. Petersburg and the Leningrad region, along with children of our company’s employees.
31 December 2014
Santa Claus and the Snow Maiden visited children at each of the homes under our care in the Leningrad, Smolensk, and Kostroma regions.