The Alpari Charitable Fund recently received an award for its achievements with regards to informational openness in Russia throughout 2015.
The golden diploma was awarded by the Financial Press Club of the Russian Union of Journalists. In my view, to receive merit from the journalistic community is a difficult thing in any country. This latest award is another of real importance and significance for me.
With regards to its transparency and access to information on its charitable activities, the Alpari Charitable Fund has adhered to the highest of international standards from its very beginnings. Leading national and local Russian media shine the spotlight on the Fund’s activities and initiatives. On the eve of the Alpari Charitable Fund’s 10th anniversary in December of last year, an updated version of the Fund’s website was launched. As part of updates, reports on the Fund’s expenditure and aid offered beginning from 2006 (i.e. from the first years of the Fund’s work) were placed on the website and are freely accessible.
I believe that, over the first decade of the Fund’s existence, solid groundwork has been laid for the development of our future social initiatives in Tatarstan. Let us not forget, new achievements in this momentous social work still lie ahead.