The STG team has voluntarily undertaken to contribute to the sustainable development of the society for the sake of both current and future generations. We are committed to the principles of corporate social responsibility, which represent the system of progressive economic, environmental, and social activities implemented in the spirit of continuous cooperation with respective stakeholders.
STG is implementing the social responsibility program which covers the following aspects:
Navigator is a vocational guidance project.
Objectives of the project: motivating orphaned children and children without parental care to graduate and master nonprofessional occupations and helping them with their professional self-identification. The project promotes social adaptation of orphanages and boarding schools graduates, as well as the increase in the number of blue-collar workers, which stays in line with social and economic policy of the Russian Government in the sphere of education.
In 2016, the Navigator Project was named among three best social projects in Southern Russia. It was announced following the results of the VII Regional Award for Public Relations Development “Silver Archer-South”.
In 2015, with the assistance of the government of the Nizhny Novgorod region, STG implemented the Navigator project in Nizhny Novgorod.
Over 20 residents (aged from 12 to 18) of Special Boarding School No 1 for orphaned children and children without parental care participated in the project. A guided tour to the 2018 FIFA World Cup stadium construction site in Nizhny Novgorod was organized for the teenagers. The children communicated with construction workers of different types, as well as Deputy Governor Dmitry Svatkovsky, and goal-keeper of the Nizhny Novgorod team "Volga-Olimpiyets" Maxim Shumaylov. An open lesson dedicated to the preparation for the World Cup was held for the children, souvenirs with official 2018 World Cup branding and souvenir photos of the stadium construction site visit were presented.
In 2016, STG implemented a project in the Volgograd Region with the support of the Ministry of Education and the Regional Committee for Youth Policy headed by Olympic champion Elena Slesarenko.
Over 120 residents (aged from 12 to 17) from seven orphanages and boarding schools participated in the vocational guidance program. For teenagers, there were organized tours to Volgograd Arena construction site and the leading industrial enterprises and educational institutions of the region. To participate in the correspondence competition "My Profession is My Future" the children sent in their works (drawings, poems, essays, photos).
The key project event was a two-day Navigator festival attended by the majority of the students from orphanages of the region. The children had an opportunity to talk with the guests, such as Alexander Nikitin, a Volgograd football legend and an ambassador of 2018 FIFA Host City of Volgograd, Alexander Gezalov, an expert in social orphanhood and a graduate of a children’s home himself, and Larisa Ilchenko, an Olympic champion, as well as other successful personalities who shared their life experience with the children and inspired them to the future achievements.
Within the framework of the festival there was held a careers fair, where teenagers were able to get individual consultations with representatives of different professions, including STG employees from the Moscow office and Volgograd Arena construction site. The specialists from the leading enterprises and educational institutions held workshops and trivia games. The acquired knowledge was solidified during the team game "The Alphabet of Professions" .
Tom Sawyer Fest is a project aimed at restoring buildings in the historic downtown of Samara still preserving some pieces of merchant architecture.
STG has allocated funds to procure construction materials and pay for the services of qualified specialists engaged in specialized works. Stroytransgaz employees are involved in the project as volunteers. In 2016, two buildings underwent repairs on Lva Tolstogo street and two buildings on Galaktionovskaya street. Commemorative plaques with Stroytransgaz name on them were attached to the renovated mansions.
STG supports Life Line Charity Fund dedicated to saving seriously ill children. STG employees take part in sports activities. The Fund allocates the proceeds to provide underage children with targeted medical aid aimed at combating preventable child mortality.
JSC Stroytransgaz has implemented charity projects in Macedonia.
In 2016, the company was among the sponsors of the Annual international festival "May Opera Evenings". The major musical event traditionally brings together renowned Macedonian and international performers, including from Russia. In its more than 30 year history, the audience has seen over 50 best operas of the international repertory.
The sponsor support was rendered to the children's rhythmic gymnastics team "Ritmiko" in order to purchase the sports gear and organize a trip to the international competition in Serbia (in the city of Nis). At the end of the competition, the team has won one gold and two silver medals.Thanks to the cooperation with STG, the youth basketball team "Feniks 2010" was able to participate in a competition series of the European youth basketball league that was held from August 2016 to January 2017 in Hungary, the Czech Republic, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia and Poland. The Macedonian national team took first place in Group A of the EuroLeague.