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.
17 April 2013
From March 26 to April 7, Mikhailovsky Theatre Ballet staged several performances with the support of Gazprom Export and Wingas. Media attention was unprecedentedly intense.
4 April 2013
In Sofia, on March 8 in the National Palace of Culture the famous Russian conductor Yuri Bashmet celebrated his 60th birthday with an anniversary concert.
1 March 2013
The Journalists Union Photocenter in Moscow on February 17 hosted an exhibition of the best photos of pupils from our company’s sponsored orphanages. The exhibition and the awarding of prizes to winners was the final stage of the Photo Wheel program.
21 December 2012
Every year in mid-December, children from Gazprom Export’s sponsored orphanages look forward to the most magical holiday – New Year, and the year 2013 was no exception.
13 December 2012
Following Smolensk region, Kostroma region on December 13 launched the first phase of Photo Wheel – an educational and informative program dedicated to the art of photography.
11 December 2012
The Viennese Christmas Ball has been held at Hofburg Palace in Vienna. The event took place on December 11 under the patronage of the Austrian Minister of Social Affairs Rudolf Hundstorfer, and Mayor of Vienna Michael Häupl.
7 December 2012
The annual winter charity campaign titled “Christmas and holidays for children from sponsored orphanages” was held from 6 to 10 December in Moscow.
5 December 2012
Taking on four European capitals, John Forté, a Grammy-nominated singer, songwriter, producer, and former member of The Fugees, captivated the audiences with his Russia-inspired documentary and brought people to the dance floor on the beats of his band.
27 November 2012
The first phase of the educational and informative program called Photo Wheel was kicked off on November 15 in Smolensk. The program is organized by cultural project RUSS PRESS PHOTO together with Gazprom Export and the For The Sake of the Future rehabilitation center.
16 November 2012
On November 4th the Polish audience gathered in the National Philharmonic in Warsaw had a unique opportunity to be present at the opening of the Year of Sergei Rachmaninoff celebrating the 140th anniversary of his birth and marking the 70th anniversary of his death.