7 december 2012
MAYKOR Supports Charity in Lieu of Souvenirs
MAYKOR Group, a national-scale servicer and outsourcer of IT and building utilities systems, will transfer part of its funds appropriated for New Year souvenirs to non-profit organizations as in line with the Charity in Lieu of Souvenirs social initiative lunched by the Russian business.

It is the second year in a row that MAYKOR provides assistance to Interregional Non-Governmental Charity Organization “Society of Patients and Patient Organizations for Rare Diseases” and St. Petersburg Association of Societies of Parents of Disabled Children “GAOORDI”. The funds MAYKOR Group contributes to these organizations will be spent on programs aimed at social and labor adaptation and development of children and young individuals with disabilities. MAYKOR's social policy will reach beyond the Charity in Lieu of Souvenirs program and extend to other large charity projects scheduled for 2013.

”Striving for achievement we often fail to stop and think about people who do not even have the mere opportunity to make a first step toward actualize their potential. Not only the state bears responsibility for social wellbeing of the society, but business as well. Today social investments contributed by commercial companies are among the key sources of support to charity projects. By joining the Charity in Lieu of Souvenirs initiative MAYKOR can offer more than real help to those in need – it also promotes the importance of the call for social responsibility among businesses countrywide,” says Irina Semenova, MAYKOR Vice President for Marketing.
 

About GAOORDI

St. Petersburg Association of Societies of Parents of Disabled Children “GAOORDI” is a non-governmental non-profit organization created in 1992 to unite and coordinate non-governmental organizations representing and extending support to disabled children, young individuals disabled from childhood and their families. 

Interregional Non-Governmental Charity Organization “Society of Patients and Patient Organizations for Rare Diseases” operates since 2011. The organization's mission is to consolidate the efforts of patients, patient societies, physicians, specialists and experts in order to build a powerful common communication platform to address the legal, medical and rehabilitation-related issues encountered by patients with rare diseases.  



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