Our principles




What does DaDobro do

  • We carry out good deeds all over the world.
  • Everything we do, we do voluntarily, without any financial rewards.
  • Dadobro is a lifestyle, encouraging a culture of doing everyday good deeds wherever we cant.
  • We protect the nature surrounding us, as we are a part of it.
  • We support people who create something positive for the world.
  • We do not take part in projects directed ‘against’ anyone or anything.
  • We look after those who we do good deeds for
  • Our focus is on participation of our volunteers in good deeds, not collecting money for charity.
  • We create a space for good news and positive information.

Dadobro Geography

«DaDobro» is a public, non-profit voluntary movement supporting 75 projects in 6 countries.

  • Russia
  • Ukraine
  • Belarus
  • Kazakhstan
  • Uzbekistan
  • Great Britain

Ambassadors of

The Dadobro Ambassador programme was formed in 2017. Dadobro Ambassadors are well known, impressive business people, politicians, advocates of culture and sports personalities. Ambassadors, take part in events organised by DaDobro alongside volunteers and use their influence to promote the development of the movement, helping to create a worldwide trend for living a life of good deeds.

  • Daria Kasatkina 

    “When I have opportunity, I always take part in volunteering“ 

    Winner of two WTA tournaments, winner of the Junior Grand Slam singles tournament (France 2014), winner of the Youth Olympic Games (China 2014) and was once ranked third in the junior world ranking. At the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Daria Kasatkina competed in the quarter finals in singles and pairs competitions. In April 201, she won her first WTA tournament in the singles competition. 

    Find out more about Daria


  • Yulia Ushakova 

    “Let’s say “Dа!” to good deeds and be creative! I have always dreamed of being able to help those in need and engage in charity.” 

    Five-time absolute champion of Russia, two-time world champion, winner of the “Arnold Classic” competition, founded by Arnold Schwarzenegger, and is also a holder of the title “Miss Figure Olimpia-2015″.

    Find out more about Yulia


  • Sergey Romanov 

    “I’m happy to be on the Dadobro.com team. Volunteering can and should become fashionable among young people, and we can set an excellent example!“ 

    Sergey is a professional fighter in mixed martial arts – MMA, M-1 Global organisation, from St Petersburg. He holds many sporting achievements and titles.

    Find out more about Sergey


  • Maksim Ivanov 

    “I think we should do nice things and good deeds. The world is a mirror that gives us our own reflection.“ 

    Russian businessman, chairman of the board of directors of the company “Foodline”, which includes: CJSC VTF Foodline, Terra Logistica (logistic centres in St. Petersburg and Moscow), dairy factory Galaktika, dairy farms in the Volosovo district of the Leningrad region and Agency Business News.

    Find out more about Maksim


  • Andrey Ignatyev 

    “We all work a lot to make profit for our companies, but achieving high results is impossible without the unity of the whole team – from managers to ordinary employees. An example of this unity, for us, was an inner corporate culture based on the principles of corporate volunteering. Our experience proves the effectiveness of this model.
    I am certain that many will be interested in the DoDobro movement and join it. In the life of any commercial company, there is always a place for good deeds.“ 

    Russian businessman, a public figure, former General Director of a Russian Tourism Company along with the Ministry of the Russian Federation for Physical Education, Sports and Tourism, former Vice President of the Association of Tour Operators of Russia (ATOR), and a Doctor of Economics.

    Find out more about Andrey


  • Sergey Shpilko 

    “It’s nice to realize that such an interesting and important charity project originated in the tourism industry, and, of course, the Russian Union of the Travel Industry supports the volunteer movement at DaDobro.“ 

    President of RUTI (the Russian Union of the Travel Industry, formerly known as the Russian Association of Tourism Agencies – RATA).

    Find out more about Sergey


  • Ekaterina Rumyantseva 

    “Kindness is a powerful driving force, and volunteering is a form of kindness that comes from the heart. I like the enthusiasm of Dadobro.com volunteers, and I am astonished by the incredibly useful things they do. I’m happy to join this movement as we make the world a better place together!“ 

    Chairman of the Board of Directors, Partner and Founder of Kalinka Group, premium real estate agency.

    Find out more about Ekaterina


  • Tatiana Dmitrova 

    “DaDobro lights the hearts of people, and being involved in this movement is a great honor for me!“ 

    CEO and the founder of the media holding “BANKO”.

    Find out more about Tatiana


Who can join the movement?

Anyone can become a volunteer for DaDobro, regardless of their age, gender, nationality, place of work or residence. Having joined the volunteer movement, each volunteer will be able to accomplish their choice of good deeds.