MMK Expands Charity Program

24 April 2020 (09:15)

UrBC, Magnitogorsk, April 24, 2020. Chair of the Board of Directors at Magnitogorsk Iron & Steel Works (MMK) Viktor Rashnikov decided to expand the list of Magnitogorsk residents eligible for support from the company’s charity program.

According to the company’s press service, both Magnitogorsk Council and MMK hotlines keep getting calls from the locals asking to explain who exactly is eligible for help and what exactly people can count on. As a result, MMK management decided to include more people in their charity program in time of COVID-19 pandemic.

‘In addition to seniors in the 65+ age group who have no family living in Magnitogorsk, who were the original target audience for the program, we now also support low-income and particularly vulnerable groups:

-families wth 3+ children whose per capita income is lower than the living wage;
-families with children with disabilities;
-families who are survivors of fires, floods, and other calamities;
-single-parent families;
-people wth Group III disabilities living alone and families with family members with Group III disabilities,’ MMK’s press service says.

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