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.

Charity project presented in Paris

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.

“Hello, school!” festival held in Smolensk

Pupils from Smolensk boarding school have participated in a lively entertaining and sports event, prepared by children volunteers and by the staff from For The Sake Of The Future — a center for social and psychological assistance.

Collaboration with Adeli Foundation for disabled children

For three years in a row, Gazprom Export has been developing a project dedicated to supporting children who suffer from cerebral palsy.

“Flights with an Angel. Chagall.”

Large-scale cultural project by Sergei Yursky has premiered at the Yermolova Theatre.

Support for boarding house for children with cerebral palsy

Since 2013, Gazprom Export supports Children’s Home and Boarding School for Children with disabilities number 28 in Moscow.

Gazprom Export and Natalia Vodianova Foundation will assist children with ASD to study

In Moscow on July 9, a press conference focused on the initiation of a joint educational program between Naked Heart Foundation and Gazprom Export was held.

Children’s Orchestra gave a performance in Vienna’s Musikverein

The International Children’s Chamber Orchestra conducted by Yuri Bashmet held a charity concert on July 5 at the main music scene of Austria.

Music serving as a diplomatic tool

In Geneva, at the Palais des Nations, the International Children’s Chamber Orchestra concert was held under the direction of the renowned Russian violist and conductor Yuri Bashmet.

Oldest Tennis club To Be Revived in Lakhta, St. Petersburg

The cornerstone of the Lakhta club in St. Petersburg was laid on June 23 to mark the 125th anniversary of the establishment of the first tennis club in Russia.

Surgical Operations for Visually Impaired Children

Medical care is provided to children under a long-term joint project between Gazprom Export and “The Non-Profit Foundation for the Blind and Visually Impaired”