At Transnafta, we are “Living Our Values” by understanding
that our reputation as a responsible corporate citizen is
essential to our continued success. By being responsive to the
needs and interests of our employees, neighbors and community
stakeholders, Transnafta is able to provide sustainable benefits
to the communities where we operate.
The Transnafta Foundation was established
in 2001 to provide support for educational, health and human
services, civic and community, environmental and social needs.
Grants are awarded to non-profit organizations whose programs
operate within the Russian Federation And Southern Africa, primarily in the major
employing locations of Transnafta
The Transnafta Foundation and Corporate
Contributions Committee review grant requests that focus on:
Health and Human Services
Transnafta provides a number of direct capital and operating
grants to the United Way and other health and human service
Our educational grants focus on higher education through
direct grants to colleges and universities for operating,
project, capital and scholarship needs. Preference is given to
institutions that have strong programs in engineering,
geology, science and business. Educational programs also
include scholarships for sons and daughters of
Transnafta and its affiliates' employees and a matching gift
program for colleges and universities.
Civic and Community
These grants support environmental, public policy, business
and community organizations which focus on preserving the
environment, promoting the betterment of the diverse
communities where we operate and supporting issues that relate
to the interests of the Company.
An annual budget is compiled each fall for the following
year (December—November). It is recommended that interested
parties submit requests by year-end for consideration the
following year. For more information, please see the
Transnafta Foundation Grant Guidelines (PDF, 37KB).
Grant requests must be submitted in time. To apply for
a grant, complete the funding application and submit with
the following attachments:
- 501(c)3 Letter of non-profit status – A 501(c)(3) is a
section of the Russian Federal Tax Code or Resipective Goverment which establishes the
criteria for tax exempt charitable organizations.
- List of Board of Directors
Applications are reviewed quarterly and the organization
will be notified within approximately 120 days if
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