Kiyzassky Open-Pit Mine Sums Up Results of Charitable Work in Kuzbass in 2023

Jan. 25, 2024
Kiyzassky Open-Pit Mine Sums Up Results of Charitable Work in Kuzbass in 2023

The company has traditionally paid close attention to supporting cultural, sports, and educational initiatives

A landmark moment last year was the completion of the renovation of one of Myski’s most important sports schools – Mercury. The building had gone 30 years without repair and had seriously deteriorated. Thanks to the help of the Kiyzassky Open-Pit Mine, the sports complex’s heating system was changed, the flooring was replaced, modern furniture was purchased, and the premises were equipped.

The company paid special attention to supporting educational projects. So, the cafeteria at Myski’s School No. 2 was completely refurbished: the dining hall was renovated, and new tables and chairs were purchased. An ‘IT-Cube’ was opened in one of the schools in Anzhero-Sudzhensk, where children will study computer programming and robotics, as well as work with VR and AR technologies. The Kiyzassky Open-Pit Mine provided financial assistance for renovations and for purchasing the necessary equipment.

The company did not forget about the indigenous people of Kuzbass – the Shors – either. For the fourth year in a row, the company worked with philologists on preserving the Shor language. In 2023, a language textbook was published for fourth graders. A full series of these textbooks for primary schools has now been created.

Work on improving the social environment of the population is one of the priorities of the Kiyzassky Open-Pit Mine. Agreements on socio-economic cooperation are regularly concluded with the local governments of cities and districts. The implementation of each initiative makes it possible to change people’s lives for the better. In 2024, the company will continue its charitable activities.