The Foundation promotes programs to: support the A.N. Scriabin Museum in Moscow, Russia including the development of a scholarship fund for young Russian musicians; create opportunities for vulnerable and marginalized groups in Russia including children and young people with HIV/AIDS and other health conditions; enhance the protection of the environment and to support environmental health in Russia.


2011

Support to the Prince A.D. Obolensky School for Special Children in Kaluga, Russia for insfrastructure development and educational programs.


2010

Support to the Prince A.D. Obolensky School for Special Children in Kaluga, Russia for infrastructure development and athletic facilities.


2009

Support to the Prince A.D. Obolensky School for Special Children in Kaluga, Russia for educational and vocational programs.


2008

Support to the A.N. Scriabine Museum, Moscow for music scholarships

Support to the Prince A.D. Obolensky School for Special Children in Kaluga, Russia for infrastructure development.


2007

In 2007, the Scriabine Foundation made the following grants:

Support to the Prince A.D. Obolensky Boarding School for Special Children, Kaluga, Russia for a summer music camp program.

Support to the Prince A.D. Obolensky Boarding School for Special Children, Kaluga Russia for infrastructure development.


2006

In 2006, the Scriabine Foundation provided the following grants:

Support for program development to the A.N. Scriabin Museum in Moscow.

Support for the development of therapy programs for HIV/AIDS children at the Republican Clinical Infectious Disease Hospital in St. Petersburg.

Support for therapy programs for mentally handicapped children at the Prince Alexis D. Obolensky Boarding School in Kaluga, Russia.


2005

In 2005, the Scriabine Foundation made two grants.

A.N. Scriabin Museum, Moscow, Russia. To provide financial support to the Second A.N. Scriabin Open Competition of Young Composers and Music Scholars in Moscow. The competition, for young Russian musicians ages 16-27 and for music scholars ages 16 to 30, took place in Moscow in December 2005. The organizing committee of the Competition included the A.N. Scriabin Museum, the Federal Agency for Culture and Cinematography, the Moscow Committee for Culture, the Russian Union of Composers, the Moscow Union of Composers, The Tschaikovsky Moscow State Conservatory and the Society of Friends of the A.N. Scriabin Museum.

The Russian Clinical Infectious Disease Hospital, St. Petersburg, Russia. To furnish toys and equipment for educational therapy for small children with HIV/AIDS.

 
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