Leading role on the CSR scene – one and a half million euros from Mozzart to help the community – the Society

There is room for improvement in every segment of society, so Mozzart has been building a better community with the most relevant institutions in the country for many years through continuous action, and in 2021 it set aside one and a half million euros for social responsibility.

The new project of Free Sports Schools, support of talents, arts, humanitarian organizations, sports teams… showed that only team play on humanity gives results and restores faith, so many celebrities played with Mozzart in the team. Cooperation with the ministries, the Coordination Body for Gender Equality, the City of Belgrade, and local self-governments has continued.

“There is practically no relevant institution in the state and society without us having some cooperation with it – we organize actions with the Ministry of Labor, Health, Defense and Education, the Rectorate, the Coordination Body for Gender Equality,” said Slobodan Prodanovic, CEO of Mozzart.

“We design and implement all the projects ourselves, which is an indicator of the company’s sincere commitment to engage in humanitarian work and help the community in which it operates.” “People trust us, they see and appreciate what we are doing, because they know that we are trying to help as soon as possible, in accordance with the possibilities,” he added.

As a leader in this field in our region, this successful domestic company returns part of the profits to the community.

“Social responsibility is deeply embedded in all business processes of companies, in every business segment. It has become part of the business strategy – it connects responsibility towards society with financial success. In 2021, we continued with our regular actions: One hundred pitches for one game, New jerseys for new champions, Humanitarian ticket at noon and Stop violence against women, and we also launched a series of new ones, “said Borjan Popovic, director of corporate communications. Mozzart.


From the humanitarian online show “Balkan Spy” with acting legends, it was clear who will have one of the main roles on the CSR stage in Serbia in 2021. Even in the world.

Dragan Bjelogrlic, Branka Katic, Vesna Trivalic, Mima Karadzic and Gordan Kicic, with Kesic’s help, played the first zoom play in Europe – Kovacevic’s “Balkan Spy”, and Mozzart donated 3.5 million dinars to the Association of Dramatic Artists of Serbia based on the number of shares from YouTube.


The “spy” spectacle was watched all over the planet, and the news that this Serbian company bought the captain’s armband at the humanitarian auction, which Ronaldo threw on the grass of the “Rajko Mitic” stadium and donated 7.5 million dinars for the treatment of the child, was circulating at the same speed. Gabriel.

To this day, this ribbon symbolically signifies leadership in the game of humanity. When solidarity is on the scene, one of the main roles always belongs to this domestic company which today has a whole treasury of humanitarian trophies – jerseys of world stars, Marash’s suit from the movie “South Wind”, Marina Maljković sneakers from the Rio Olympics… Socially responsible mission crowned with redemption treasures Romanović from the series “Shadows over the Balkans” and Drdin’s shirt from the movie “Toma”.

More than 150,000 euros have been set aside by Mozzart at numerous auctions this year, and he himself has organized actions to help the sick.


Mozzart renovated 90 basketball and multifunctional courts as part of the “One Hundred Courts for One Game” campaign (five in 2021), and this year launched the Free School of Sports project, in which children across Serbia get the opportunity to practice their favorite sport without paying membership fees.

Through the action “New jerseys for new champions”, so far more than 200 clubs, ie 6,000 athletes, have received new equipment. Mozzart is publicly recognized as a generator of Serbian sports, and is the current sponsor of the Football, Basketball and Volleyball Federation of Serbia, as well as FC Red Star, FC Vojvodina, FC Spartak, FC Radnicki, RK and OK Vojvodina, BC Borac, BC Mega…

In cooperation with the FSS, a big action “Football is for girls” was launched, which received applause even from Nyon – UEFA ranked this project among the three best in the category of communication in football! The fact that the European House of Football, in ever stronger competition, among 150 projects from 43 national federations, decided to reward this great initiative for the affirmation of young football players in Serbia, speaks of what success it is.

Supporting girls in football boots is another tactical idea of ​​Mozart to win small victories for women in the field of gender equality. In addition to continuously fighting against all forms of violence and gender discrimination for years, this domestic company provides assistance in the economic empowerment of women.


In cooperation with the Ministry of Labor, Employment, Veterans and Social Affairs and the Coordination Body for Gender Equality, it awarded grants in the total amount of 50,000 euros for seven unemployed women, as part of support for women’s entrepreneurship.

These brave women who grow sage, produce beer, make folk costumes, took the first and most important step with the help of Mozzart. They also received support at a reception in the Government of Serbia, from Prof. Dr. Darija Kisić Tepavčević and Deputy Prime Minister of Serbia prof. Dr. Zorana Mihajlović.

More than a hundred applications were received for the competition, and there was great interest in the startup accelerator Univerzum, which the Mozzart company launched with the University of Belgrade. This business incubator will help entrepreneurs in the realization of innovative ideas through a mentoring program. Teams with the best startup ideas were given the opportunity to use the coworking space in the center of Belgrade for free, but also financial support, because the company Mozzart set aside a fund of 25,000 euros for this startup accelerator.


Celebrities bet every day, and Mozzart gives a guaranteed amount of 10,000 dinars and directs the winnings to charity at their request. More than 22 million dinars were collected in five years through the “Humanitarian Ticket at Noon”, and the help went to more than 100 addresses (foundations, institutions, associations, individuals…). This year alone, that figure reached 4.5 million dinars.


The socially responsible work of Mozzart was recognized and supported by the largest institutions in the country, and the regional leader in the field of gambling received two awards for special contribution to the community in the fight against coronavirus – first from the Serbian Chamber of Commerce. City of Belgrade.

Source: Dnevni list Danas by www.danas.rs.

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