The Foundation provided assistance to the Tsaritsyno Center for Education No. 548, the Moscow State School 57, the Moscow Diplomatic Cadet Corps Boarding School No. 11, the European Gymnasium of Moscow, the A. Pinsky Waldorf School No. 1060), the V. G. Belinsky School No. 19, Filippov School (Moscow), Vyatka Humanitarian Gymnasium (Kirov), School of Anthroponics and Programming (Krasnoyarsk), School No. 49 (Sochi), and other educational facilities.
In 2009, with the support of the Western Administrative District of Moscow and the Western District Education Department of the Moscow Department of Education, the Foundation launched its charitable assistance program for school No. 261, taking responsibility for bringing the lagging behind district school out of the crisis. In essence, the "transformation of school No. 261" became a pilot project of the Foundation, part of its major objective of creating its own school, where classical Russian traditions and international innovative technologies would be combined, a school which would be both in demand and replicable.
The Moscow School of Management SKOLKOVO team developed the strategy for the development of school No. 261, which was recognised as one of the best SKOLKOVO projects in the public sector and social services.
In 2016-2017 the New School building was constructed funded entirely by the Foundation, and on 1 September, 2017, the preschool, elementary and middle school levels of our school began operation.
The Dar Foundation subsidizes 2/3 of the school's costs.