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.
9 January 2014
The Moscow branch of the Assistance Center for socio-cultural and charitable projects supported by Gazprom Export held New Year festivities in St. Petersburg for patients of children’s hospitals, children from orphanages and socially vulnerable children.
20 December 2013
In the lead-up to the New Year, the Tenishev Cultural Expo Center in the city of Smolensk opened its doors to children from orphanages under Gazprom Export's patronage.
12 December 2013
The fourth annual Christmas Eve Children's Ball at Vienna's Hofburg Palace was organized by the Energy for Life charity foundation under the patronage of Vienna Mayor Michael Häupl and with the support of Gazprom Export, Gazprom Austria, and OMV.
11 December 2013
Polish Theatre in Warsaw hosted an outstanding performance of the world’s most renowned Russian and Polish musicians: violist Yuri Bashmet, violinist Alena Baeva and cellist Andrzej Bauer accompanied by Sinfonia Varsovia conducted by maestro Grzegorz Nowak, who performed the most beautiful compositions of the Romantic period at the special concert celebrating the 20th anniversary of EuRoPol GAZ.
2 December 2013
Several prominent Russian photojournalists visited an orphanage in the village of Chentsy, Kostroma region.
28 November 2013
The Synergy in Music project launched in Singapore is part of a long-term initiative by the Gazprom group, represented locally by Gazprom Marketing & Trading Singapore, to promote cultural understanding between ASEAN and Russia.
1 November 2013
Children from Smolensk orphanages, with Gazprom Export as their patron, have attended the victorious finale of Spartak’s home series in the KHL championship, which took place on November 15.
21 October 2013
Traditional international children charity project Open World took place last autumn in Berlin, Leipzig and Kassel with some 100 children from Russia and Germany participating in the variety of events.
17 October 2013
Traditional charity event “Picture Books for Visually Impaired Children” has been held in Smolensk at Tenishevs Cultural and Exhibition Center.
16 September 2013
A joint project by Gazprom Export and the Naked Heart Foundation has been presented on September 13. The purpose of the project is to enable children with autism spectrum disorders to study in school.