The Sport Programme is aimed at promoting a healthy lifestyle, creating favourable conditions for sports among orphans, children from low-income families, and children in difficult straits, regardless of physical abilities or place of residence.
We apply a comprehensive approach, which includes Dobryi Led and Chess in Schools competition projects, professional training for coaches, publishing of guidance materials, organizing competitions and mass events. We have established partnerships with leading sports federations, experts and educational institutions to ensure sustainable results.
«Dobryi Led» Focus Area
Competition for the Development of Children’s Ice Hockey, Dobryi Led Cup, an interregional ice hockey tournament among children’s teams, support for Zolotaya Shaiba [Golden Puck], A. Tarasov Youth Ice Hockey Club, family ice hockey festivals ‘I Love my Dad, Mom and Ice Hockey’, train-the-trainer sessions and advanced training for specialists working with young ice hockey players, promotion and development of sledge hockey for children and young people.
«The World of Chess» Focus Area
Chess in Schools project, Chess in Museums project, The Belaya Ladya [White Rook] All-Russian Schools Team Chess Tournament, Friendship Match — a Russian-Chinese Chess Tournament.
«Development of Sports and Physical Culture in Russia» Focus Area
The program includes projects in other sports aimed at preparation of the Russian national teams for international competitions, development of student sports and support for sports veterans.
We are sure that children should be able to play in the yard in hockey and football. In Russia, the development of physical education has become one of the national priorities. And it's great! We support mass children's sports because we are firmly convinced: this is our contribution to the health and prosperity of the nation
children took part in all projects of the programme
coaches and specialists completed training
spectators visited hockey and sledge hockey competitions
schools take part in the Chess in Schools Project