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Being a socially responsible company that bands together with hospitals against Covid-19, NIS has donated 20 thousand litres of drinking water Jazak to hospitals in Belgrade and Zrenjanin.
This donation to healthcare workers and patients is intended for the Clinical Hospital Centre (CHC) Doctor Dragisa Misovic, CHC Bezanijska Kosa, CHC Zvezdara and Specialized Hospital for Lung Diseases Doctor Vasa Savic in Zrenjanin. It is a token of gratitude to medical workers who are in the forefront of the battle against corona virus, and a way to ease the hospital stay of Covid-19 patients.
Kirill Tyurdenev, CEO of NIS, and other employees of the company, members of the Volunteer Club, joined the donation activity of Jazak, water manufactured in NIS’s production units in Fruska gora. They were all engaged in packing 40,000 bottles of water and delivering them to healthcare facilities in Belgrade and Zrenjanin. This way NIS and its staff pursue their humanitarian activities providing support to those who need it most.
“Support of the community, especially healthcare, is our enduring commitment. We always strive to channel our donations to where they are needed. Our volunteers are particularly committed to this goal, as they are today. We have all seen the dedicated, selfless work of Covid hospital staff, with full equipment, and we knew that we could and we have to help. We are sending our Jazak water to healthcare workers, with our deepest gratitude for everything they are doing, and to patients wishing them a full and fast recovery”.
Since 2009, NIS has been organizing and participating in numerous socially responsible projects and humanitarian activities under the slogan “Together for the Community” contributing to improving the quality of life in local communities. So far, the projects have received a total investment of 3.8 billion dinars. In these challenging times, NIS displays unwavering solidarity and support. Among other things, the company donated 270 tons of fuel to Air Serbia during the emergency state thus maintaining timely delivery of medical equipment and protective means desperately needed for the healthcare workers and patients. Besides, our volunteers participated in numerous campaigns aimed at supporting our fellow citizens during the emergency situation and realized over 500 hours of volunteer work. Apart from that, in the wake of recent floods, a donation of 33,000 litres of Jazak drinking water was sent to residents of Ivanjica and Blaca. In the coming period, NIS and its employees will remain committed to contributing to well-being of citizens and communities.