“Gift For The Good” program helps Zarechny boy undergo treatment in Israel
Zarechny, 23 March 2015. PenzaNews. Expert board of charity program “Gift For The Good” in Zarechny city of the Penza region has made a decision to allocate over 370,000 rubles for medical treatment of Nazar Menshov, 2, in the Israeli Assuta medical center.
“The boy’s diagnosis is serious: combined CNS malformations, hydrocranium, Chiari type-2 anomaly,” the City Initiative Support Foundation, founder organization of “Gift For The Good,” commented for PenzaNews agency.
As PenzaNews agency reported earlier, charity theater play “Ali-Baba and The Forty Thieves” held on March 1, 2015, raised over 1 million rubles for children’s healthcare.
The main roles were performed not by actors, but renowned people of the city: state officials, businessmen and civil activists.
Andrei Yarkin, general director of TRC “Zarechny,” played as the leader of the thieves; a worker of industry union “Start” Mikhail Isupov – as Ali-Baba; Alexander Ganin, head of the Federal Tax Service inspection in the city, played as Khasym; Khasym’s wife was played by Oksana Senkina, head of the social policy at the city administration; and Irina Sizova, deputy head of the Zarechny Administrative-Territorial Union, played as Ali-Baba’s wife.
The funds were transferred to the charity fund “Gift For The Good.”