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Social Responsibility

Petrocas Energy Group is more than just a business. We do use opportunities, but we also create those. See what we do to support people, open opportunities for the young and improve life in the communities in Georgia.

There are many ways in which we show care of our community.

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SOCIALLY VULNERABLE COMMUNITY CARE

Telavi Children’s Asylum
The company provides material assistance to the Telavi Children’s Home. On holidays, children receive gifts, are taken on excursions to the Capital Tbilisi and attend specially arranged entertainment events.

Care for the socially vulnerable
From the day of establishment, the Group regularly provides material assistance to various vulnerable groups. We have supported large families, patients with difficult ailments, elderly homes and children’s houses around Georgia.

INVESTMENT IN THE FUTURE – EDUCATIONAL PROJECTS

Next Step
This is a new challenging annual competition sponsored and designed by Gulf Georgia to inspire talented Georgian students to create and, if successful, lead marketing and promo campaigns on the company behalf. The aim is to give the best youth opportunity to start their career with their own project creation and management experience.
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Poti Art Center Rehabilitation
The Group provided financing to 20 students residents of Poti who successfully passed their state examinations in 2013 to enter Georgian universities but could not pay their fees do to financial difficulties. Besides, the Group will be the patron of the Poti Youth Art Center.

“Free Fuel to All”
A special “Beginning of the new academic year” campaign was held with free fuel for parents and school inventory and a specially arranged concert for the school children.

PROTECTING THE ENVIRONMENT

Earth Hour
The Earth Hour 2013 was held for the 5th time in Georgia, now in Tbilisi and Batumi. By turning off the lights for one hour in most central avenues, municipal buildings and several other places, the participants expressed their support to the global fight against Climate Change.