On the eve of the Epiphany holidays, the Kremen district of the Luhansk region held another humanitarian action within the framework of the charity program “making the Best available”, organized by the team of the research and production company “Microkhim”.
The program “making the Best available” is being implemented for the sixth year with the support of the company’s management and its structural divisions from the Luhansk region and is aimed at providing assistance to socially vulnerable categories of the population of the ATO\OOS zone.
This time, representatives of the Microkhim team in Luhansk region paid a charity visit to the Kremen regional boarding house for the elderly and disabled. On behalf of the company’s team, the Director of Microkhim, Igor Pogromskyi, presented the institution with modern tonometers for determining blood pressure indicators, as well as medical equipment necessary for daily use in the conditions of work of the staff of the boarding school.
“Such gifts are a great help to the boarding school. But no less important is the attention that the “microfinance” we were able to pay our wards. They are in dire need of it, especially during the “family” new year holidays. I would like to sincerely thank the company’s employees for their attention, care and the holiday atmosphere they created, ” said Natalia Rybina, Director of the boarding school.
In turn, the Director of “Microkhim” Igor Pogromskyi stressed that ” … unfortunately, the state is not always able to provide proper assistance and attention to those who need it. However, the position of our company is such that we are not used to turning away from the difficulties of our compatriots and sitting idly by. Especially in situations where we can help those who really need it “here and now” on our own, which we do to the best of our abilities. In this, the Microchem team sees its civic position and duty to our parents and children.”
During the event, the parties also agreed on further cooperation in terms of organizing medical care for residents of the boarding school and providing targeted social assistance to the older generation.