Vladimir Spivakov Charity Foundation

Vladimir Spivakov Charity Foundation

The Vladimir Spivakov International Charity Foundation was set up in May 1994 as a non-commercial organization. Its Board of Trustees performing advisory and representative activities was composed of famous artists and renowned medical specialists, of well-known politicians and mass media leaders, economists and businessmen.

The principal goals of the Spivakov Foundation’s activities are: to assist young people gifted in music and arts in the development of their talents and in the organization of their creative process in Russia and abroad; to preserve and develop cultural values and traditions and to provide comprehensive charity support.

The foundation helps young talented musicians, dancers, painters and authors, organizing for them master classes, concerts, tours and exhibitions. Pupils of the foundation participate in national and international competitions and festivals. Since 1994 the Spivakov Foundation is a co-organizer and a permanent participant of the International Musical Festival in Colmar, France.

Permanent support is given to specialized music schools in Moscow and St.-Petersburg, in Siberia, Ural and Volga region, in Ukraine and Byelorussia, as well as to a number of art schools and art studios in providing them with necessary materials and school supplies.

The Spivakov Foundation participates in the programs contributing to the development of human personality, in the domains of education, science, culture and art.

The foundation carries out charitable activities in the sphere of children’s health care; it supports orphanages, children’s homes and children’s hospitals.

The Spivakov Foundation is a partner of a number of national and international organizations working in the domain of musical culture. It participates in the UNESCO project "In Support of the Culture of Peace and Non-Violence". In 2000 UNESCO awarded to the Spivakov Foundation the honorary medal “For the contribution to the development of the musical culture of the 3rd millennium”.

Branches of the Spivakov Foundation are functioning in Yerevan, Republic of Armenia and in Colmar, France, in Kharkov, Ukraine, in Croatia. Representative offices are opened in Ufa, Togliatti, Smolensk (Russia); in Kirghizia, in Uzbekistan and in Germany.

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