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St. Nicolas from PJSC UMCC visits Novoborivskiy care home
St. Nicolas from PJSC UMCC visits Novoborivskiy care home

20.12.2018

Children with special needs at the Novoborivskiy Care Home, which is under the patronage of Irshansk Mining and Processing Plant, a subsidiary of PJSC UMCC, received Christmas sweets on the eve of the New Year holidays.
 
“Do good to others. And you will be rewarded a hundredfold” – such was the key message of the Pre-New Year celebration at the Novoborivskiy Care Home, organized by the employees of IMPP together with creative youth of the town. For many years, the children at the care home have felt the care and attention of the Irshansk subsidiary. Traditionally, in winter, on St. Nicolas Day, the guests from Irshansk MPP come to visit them. This year, Viktor Zinchenko, Director of the subsidiary, Mykola Volokhov, Chair of the Trade Union of the plant and young artists of the Irshansk School of Arts visited the Novoborivskiy Care Home. They brought sweet presents for every child and performed a concert with inspiring dances and New Year songs.
“Only true kindness, a helping hand can brighten the lives of children living in a care home. Let today’s meeting give you confidence that you will never be left one on one with your problems and that your hearts will be warmed with attention and care of Irshansk residents,” said Zinchenko at the event, congratulating everybody on St. Nicolas Day. He invited the children of the care home to come and see a fairytale place “New Year’s Adventures” that took place at the Titan Palace of Culture and Sports on December 23.
 “Belief in the almighty St. Nicolas helps every person. Each of us has an opportunity to show their best qualities, which is, ultimately, what makes us human,” said Volodymyr Koru, the director of the care home. He thanked the plant for continuous assistance, New Year’s presents and great concert.
Children and young people aged 4-35 live at the Novoborivskiy Care Home. Today, there are 88 girls living there. These are orphans, children with one parent and children deprived of parental care. There is a special section at the home for young people aged 18-35 with physical and mental disabilities. There is a category with mental disorders who require care and medical service and daily assistance, and also rehabilitation services.
 
Oleksandr Holyachenko