«The London School of Business and Finance is proud to partner with Oracle Capital Group in its efforts to support talented students. The joint scholarship program was established three years ago and has been a resounding success. It is with great pride that we open our doors to the scholarship awardees as we share our institution’s facilities and our faculty’s knowledge and experience in order to provide scholars with the best possible education. We at the London School of Business and Finance and our partners at Oracle Capital Group are both committed to the ideals of education, charity and social responsibility. Together we will continue to work and support programs that foster those ideals.»
Executive Chairman at London School of Business & Finance (LSBF)
Oracle Capital Group was honoured to become one of the corporate sponsors of the Jubilee Woods Project, a unique initiative celebrating Queen Elizabeth II’s historic 2012 Diamond Jubilee. The Project was launched to encourage people and communities to plant 6 million trees and was delighted to have HRH The Princess Royal as its Patron. It will provide a lasting tribute to Queen Elizabeth II by shaping the landscape of the United Kingdom for generations to come, just as the Queen Elizabeth II’s reign helped shape the political and cultural landscape of the country in the past 60 years.
Oracle Capital Group was proud to support Gorby-80, a unique charity event celebrating the 80th birthday of Mikhail Gorbachev, the former Soviet leader who ended the Cold War and, defined an era. On March 30th 2011, stars of music, politics and the arts joined Gorbachev and his family for a gala concert at the Royal Albert Hall. All proceeds went to the Mikhail Gorbachev Foundation and Macmillan Cancer Care, providing support for cancer patients in both Russia and the UK.
In addition to the lineup of international musicians from East and West, there were also political and show-business figures from across the world attending as guests.
Oracle Capital Charitable Foundation is delighted to support the unveiling of Genghis Khan a monumental sculpture by internationally acclaimed artist, Dashi Namdakov. The Genghis Khan will be placed next to Cumberland Gate, on London’s Marble Arch, and set against a beautiful backdrop of green parkland and open skies. The spectacular bronze statue rises to almost five metres from hoof to helmet and features the great Mongolian leader descending from heaven on horseback.