On December 3, 2018, almost four months have passed since the Memorandum of Cooperation and Coordination between Svarog West Group Corporation and the NGO "Shepetivka Union of combatants in the ATO zone" were signed.
The above-mentioned document is intended to support the main purpose of the NGO "Shepetivka Union of combatants in the ATO zone" - social support of participants in the antiterrorist operation.
"Our key goal is to protect the participants of the ATO zone and to work with local authorities, public organizations and business. It is very difficult for us to help people without the support of partners, but we want to help. Fortunately, Mykola Agarkov, Chairman of the Board of Directors, Svarog West Group Corporation, decided to help and support us. The signing of the memorandum is not just a formality, it is a sign of faith, and it inspires us to create even more goodness. We want to express our sincere thanks to Mykola Agarkov and the whole staff of the corporation for their kindness and charity. We wish health, harmony and peace to all of you", - Larisa Babkina, Secretary of the NGO "Shepetivka Union of combatants in the ATO zone".
Consolidation of all possible efforts for the sake of one goal is that unites Ukrainians today. Svarog West Group Corporation continues to support initiatives and intensively engages in support for the army and ATO fighters by taking steps to achieve 16 Sustainable Development Goals (peace, justice and strong institutions: promoting a peaceful and inclusive society for sustainable development, ensuring access to justice for all, creation of effective, accountable and inclusive institutions at all levels).
The NGO "Shepetivka Union of combatants in the ATO zone" is a non-profit organization that helps ATO fighters and their families from Shepetivka region, who were and are currently in the ATO zone. The main principle of the Union's activities is to provide support in matters of social and legal protection, to ensure decent treatment and to strengthen the morale and psychological state of the members of the organization and the families of the dead, material and household care in cases where it is necessary.
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