Metallurg Foundation Holds End-of-Year Meeting

UrBC, Magnitogorsk, December 17, 2018. Magnitogorsk-based Metallurg Charity Foundation coordinated its annual end-of-year meeting with heads of local children’s establishments, Magnitogorsk Iron & Steel Works (MMK) press service reports.

The meeting got attended by members of the foundation’s board, representatives of the benefactors (Magnitogorsk Iron & Steel Works being the largest), Deputy Head of Chelyabinsk Region Social Relations Ministry’s Child Welfare Department Tatiana Matveyeva, Chair of the Board at Russian Children’s Foundation’s Chelyabinsk Region division and member of the South Ural Public Chamber Vyacheslav Skvortsov, Vice Chair of Chelyabinsk Region Legislative Assembly and Chair of the Legislation, State-Funded Construction, and Local Governance Committee Anatoly Bragin, and Head of Chelyabinsk Council’s Social Welfare Department Irina Mikhailenko.

The agenda of the meeting covered a report on this year’s achievements and an action plan for New Year celebrations.

The foundation’s Director Valentin Vladimirtsev spoke about their program called 21st Century for the Southern Urals’ Children. The program deals in 1) supporting families whose primary breadwinners passed away due to work injuries; 2) maternity and childcare programs; 3) supporting families with three or more children; 4) supporting gifted children; 5) supporting some thirty establishments for special-needs children; and 5) supporting local residents on a case-by-case basis.

Additionally, the foundation supports sports establishments, a children’s healthcare center, Culture Palaces, and educational establishments. The organization directed RUB 232.43 million to the program in January-November 2018.


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