Employees of Transneft Western Siberia actively participated in corporate charity events dedicated to the international Children's Day.
With assistance of the Interregional Trade Union of Transneft Western Siberia’s employees, theatrical performances have been conducted for children from the oncology department of Omsk Regional Children's Clinical Hospital and a Specialised Children’s Home. Performances were organized by Omsk Philharmonic. Staff of the Executive Office and the Company’s branches (Omsk Regional Oil Pipeline Directorate, Central Production Service Shop (CPP) and Omsk Base of Production and Technical Maintenance and Equipment Procurement) eagerly took part in collection of donations and preparation of gifts to be presented to children on 1 June. All the collected sweets, toys, hygiene products and medical devices were transferred to the oncology department of Omsk Regional Children's Clinical Hospital and the Specialised Children’s Home.
The Trade Union and Novosibirsk RPD (Regional Oil Pipeline Directorate) helped procure fire safety equipment for Detsky Sad No. 325 Kompensiruyushchego Vida (Special Needs Kindergarten No. 325) in Novosibirsk. In addition, the branch's trade union bought 580 tickets to a play based on Little Muck fairy tale for children of employees of the executive office and children from low-income families.
"Such charitable and social projects aimed at supporting motherhood and childhood have become a good tradition," said Gulnara Parkina, Deputy Director General for Personnel and General Affairs at Transneft Western Siberia. The Company has already allocated one million roubles to implement projects in this area during the first half of 2018.
Verandas at the Specialised Children's Home were renovated using these funds. Krasnoyarskaya Lesnaya Shkola (Krasnoyarsk Forest School) State-Funded Educational Institution and Sanatorium of Omsk Region received funds for purchasing building materials and furniture for a newly established computer club. Children who need long-term treatment live and study there. In addition, musical equipment was purchased for children from a theatre studio of Omsk Boarding School of Compulsory Education No. 2.
"We do our best to support social initiatives in all of Transneft Western Siberia's regions of presence. For example, this April, the Company provided support to the authorities of the village of Bolshaya Kosul (Krasnoyarsk Territory) by allocating funds for purchase and installation of a new playground. Shchit (Shield) Krasnoyarsk organization supporting disabled children was able to hold the Ot Serdtsa K Serdtsu (From Heart to Heart) festival for children with disabilities," added Gulnara Parkina.