Russian Copper Company Supports Children Patients

UrBC, Yekaterinburg, February 26, 2016. Russian Copper Company’s charity foundation supports local projects and helps children with serious health problems directly, the company press service reports.

For one, the foundation keeps directing money to Nelly Ustinova’s Hearing Workshop, a clinic for hearing impaired children and adults. Three hearing aids (total cost 147,500 RUR) were purchased for the clinic’s very young patients in February.

The company also supports Sverdlovsk Region Children’s TB Dispensary, which has 60 hospital beds for children in the 0-7 age group and just as many for children in the 8-14 age group. This year, 40,000 RUR worth of diapers were bought for the dispensary’s baby patients.


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