Amur GPP plant administration building hosts New Year's Eve charity fair
Gazprom Pererabotka Blagoveshchensk employees took part in the New Year's Eve charity fair which was held in the Amur GPP plant administration building.
Paintings, panels, fluffy toys, Christmas tree decorations, key rings, hairpins, beads, handbags were made by children with disabilities and their parents, as well as folk craftsmen in Svobodny.
«New Year's Eve charity events are a good tradition of all Gazprom Group companies. We can do another good deed by participating in the first fair in our new building of the plant administration. It is a special fair because it is the children with disabilities being extraordinary craftsmen who made the creative items for it,» said Sergey Marshansky, Deputy Director General for Human Resources of Gazprom Pererabotka Blagoveshchensk to his colleagues at the opening of the fair.
«The children and their parents put a piece of hope for sympathy, understanding and kindness in their items,» said Sergey Marshansky, Deputy Director General for HR of Gazprom Pererabotka Blagoveshchensk.
Sergey Marshansky set an example for his colleagues by making his first purchases: fluffy hares being the symbol of 2023.
The employees of Gazprom Pererabotka Blagoveshchensk (investor, owner and operator of the Amur GPP) have managed to collect more than 120,000 rubles during the two days of the New Year's Eve charity fair.
The proceeds and the warmest congratulations on the upcoming New Year were given to the makers of the crafts — the community of families with disabled children We Are Together in Svobodny.
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