Constantly improving the quality not only of our own lives and careers, but also of the "living environment" around is an important feature of IBS employees, and part of our cultural code. At the same time, one of the key features of our corporate culture is its systemic nature, which has influenced IBS's special approach to charity: "to help those who help." This means supporting experienced volunteers and professional charitable organizations that understand the problems they face, and know better than us how to provide assistance properly.
IBS employees undertake a constant commitment to improving not only our own lives and careers, but also the world around us – this is an important part of our cultural code. At the same time, our systemic nature – a key feature of our corporate culture – has greatly influenced our particular approach to charity: “helping those who help”. This means supporting experienced volunteers and professional charitable organisations that possess an in-depth understanding of the problems they face, and know better than us how to provide appropriate assistance.
At the corporate level we help several charitable foundations and organisations, with a particular focus on children and education. We strive to create equal opportunities in terms of access to education, careers and culture for those who – for whatever reason – have found themselves in difficult situations.
“Katyusha” charitable foundation
(“Katyusha” supports disabled parents and their children)
In support of this Foundation, our company sponsors a truly inspirational event – the "Miss Independence" annual beauty contest for women with disabilities
“Teacher for Russia” national project
(“Teacher for Russia” aims to attract top alumni from the best Russian universities to teach in ordinary schools, and retrains young specialists as teachers using the most up-to-date methods)