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Support of the concert of New Era Orchestra (under the direction of conductor Tatyana Kalinichenko) and the world classical music superstar, Grammy award-winner Joshua Bell in the National Philharmonic of Ukraine;

Initiation of the art project "Art Asters" dedicated to supporting, showcasing and popularizing Ukrainian art. The first exposition of "Art Asters" was the art project "Money-Fest" and other selected works of the Ukrainian artist Volodymyr Tovkaylo. All of these works are being displayed at Asters and may be viewed by clients and guests of the firm;

Contributing to the St. Nicholas Day charity project by the Forum of Young Ukrainian Leaders, particularly providing Christmas gifts to the Gorodnya Children’s Home (Chernihiv region, Ukraine);

Contributing to Ukraine 3000 International Charity Foundation, particularly the Ukraine Saving Its Children program aimed at the procurement of medicines and medical equipment to benefit children with leukemia;

Supporting financially the publication of a catalog for the Holy Festival of Arts featuring artist Oleksandr Klymenko, the founder and champion of the innovative Ukrainian transcendental painting movement;

Patronizing a concert by the State Dance-and-Symphony Orchestra of Ukraine performed at the National Philharmonic Society of Ukraine, featuring conductor Loes Visser (Netherlands) and soloist Lisa Jacobs (Netherlands), as well as a solo concert by Hrygoriy Harkusha, a soloist of the National Philharmonic Society of Ukraine, dedicated to the 60th anniversary of the great victory in the Second World War;

Sponsoring the Ukrainian Youth Club through funding of the International Youth Badminton Contest Prize Fund;

Providing funds for the construction of a social rehabilitation center, in the village of Mala Saltanivka, Vasylkiv district, Kyiv region;

Donating to the construction of Orthodox churches - Protection of the Virgin Church (Vasylkiv, Kyiv region) and St. Theodosius of Chernihiv Church (Kyiv);

Supporting Bila Tserkva Children's Home (Bila Tserkva of Kyiv region, Ukraine), particularly buying and delivery of goods of prime necessity for orphans and children with disabilities.