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Ural Airlines received the award “Best Social Projects of Russia-2019”

Ural Airlines received the award “Best Social Projects of Russia-2019”

27.05.2019

On May 24, 2019, the awarding ceremony of the winners of the “Best Social Projects of Russia” program took place. Ural Airlines received a statuette and a diploma in the Charity category.

The award was received for the joint project of the airline and the Konstantin Khabensky Charity Fund “Flying with Ural Airlines is simply a very good thing.” The main objectives of the project were to attract the attention of passengers to the simplest and most convenient way to help seriously ill children and the importance of charity in general. From each ticket sold in the Premium Economy fare, part of the proceeds was transferred to the treatment and rehabilitation of the wards of the Konstantin Khabensky fund. Thus, when buying an airline ticket, the passenger automatically donated a small amount to help children in need. Over the six months of the action, more than two million rubles from airline passengers were transferred to the account of the charity fund. These funds were spent on targeted assistance, treatment and rehabilitation of wards fund.

The annual Program “The Best Social Projects of Russia” is aimed at strengthening social policy, its goal is to identify the best initiatives and practices in the field of corporate social responsibility, charity and philanthropy. The project was already the seventh time. Every year there are more and more participants, bringing together representatives of business, government and the public.

The airline was awarded for charity within the program for the second time. In 2017, Ural Airlines received a figurine for a joint project with the Wings of Goodness charitable foundations of Konstantin Khabensky and the Russian Fund.

Ural Airlines would like to thank the passengers who chose the airline for their flights and helped the wards of the Konstantin Khabensky fund.