We invest in social and economic development across our footprint by providing grants to local organisations and volunteer associations, promoting interregional initiatives, maintaining a corporate volunteer programme, and supporting local social entrepreneurs.
SIBUR actively cooperates with government and non-government associations, performs its obligations under agreements on social and economic cooperation with regional authorities, and participates in the work of public councils.
Geography of SIBUR's Formula for Good Deeds social investmentprogramme
Our strategic partnerships with regional and municipal authorities are based on the principles of collaboration, openness, and responsibility.
By concluding agreements on social and economic cooperation with a focus on the real needs of local communities, and participating in working groups at all government levels, we are able to unlock new opportunities for local community development and improve the quality of life locally.
We engage with local communities as part of our Formula for Good Deeds initiatives, tours of the Company’s facilities, and the Open SIBUR programme.We also rely on public councils as important platforms for dialogue with local residents on issues of industrial safety, environment protection, human resource policies, and social responsibility of our enterprises, as well as initiatives to improve the well-being of local people.
When planning investment projects, SIBUR holds public hearings as part of the environmental impact assessment procedure
Information on SIBUR’s social responsibility, social investment, and stakeholder engagement is disclosed on a regular basis on the Company’s website and in its reports.
It relies on contests of social projects as a key tool for maximising stakeholder engagement in our joint social activities. The programme has been running in 23 regions of Russia with a focus on six priority areas that cover all key elements of local community development: urban improvement, education and science, sports, environmental protection, culture, and volunteering.
To be selected for the programme, all projects are required to: