We trust that life is beautiful in helping others.
As we give we get even more.
As a socially responsible business, Pharmeco works with organizations at federal and local levels as it drives the projects targeting children left without parental care, promoting healthy lifestyle practices and sports, and supporting national cultural and spiritual values.
The warm season of 2021 saw the series of running events taking place in 5 regions and 11 cities of Russia. Each year the project features prominent and honoured sportsmen, winners and medallists of high-rank tournaments and championships, including the Olympics. They do warm-ups, take part in opening and award ceremonies, and hit the start together with other competitors.
2018 saw the construction of the Vedenino roller-ski centre in Tula:
2019 features the opening of a tennis centre in Krasnogorsk (Moscow region) consisting of 4 indoor and 5 outdoor tennis courts.
In 2021 we built a tennis centre in Kursk (4 indoor and 4 outdoor courts), where Children’s International Tennis Academy is based.
Dynamo is a former Soviet and then Russian volleyball club existing since 1926. It also carried the name of Dynamo Moscow region (1977—1994) and Dynamo-MGFSO-Olymp Moscow (2000—2002). Official colours are white and light blue.
Pharmeco Group has been the sponsor of Dynamo Volleyball club since 2008.
Over this period the team:
The charitable foundation bearing the name of the Holy Great Prince Vladimir was established in 2015 when the entire Orthodox Christian world celebrated the millennium since the passing of the Baptist of Ancient Russia.
In 2015, with the blessing of His Holiness Patriarch Kirill of Moscow and All Russia, the Foundation organised the bringing of the reliquary containing the relics of the Great Martyr George the Victorious. Over a period of two months, the relics of the saint were venerated by around one million worshippers in 22 regions of our country. The project was timed to coincide with the 70th anniversary of victory in the Great Patriotic War.
In August-October 2018, with the blessing of Kirill, the Patriarch of Moscow and All Russia, the Foundation organised bringing to Russia the reliquary containing the relics of St. Spiridon of Trimiphunt. At a difficult time for the country, the arrival of the relics of the great saint, to whom Orthodox Christians all over the world turn for help in everyday life, provided spiritual support for the faithful. For many Christians, the arrival of the sacred object was a unique opportunity to worship the imperishable relics, which are in permanent storage in the city of Kerkyra, Greece.
From June 12 to August 14, 2021 with the blessing of Kirill, the Patriarch of Moscow and All Russia, the Foundation organized bringing to Russia the reliquaries with the relics of the Holy Great Prince Alexander Nevskiy for the worship of the Orthodox faithful within the Russian Orthodox Church. The religious procession started on June 12 at once in four directions, having visited more than 100 cities and settlements in two states, having overcome more than 35 thousand kilometres. The holy relics were venerated by hundreds of thousands of worshippers.