As a socially responsible company that has been assisting healthcare institutions in the fight against COVID-19, NIS has donated 20,000 litres of Jazak mineral water to hospitals in Belgrade and Zrenjanin.
This donation will be used by healthcare workers and patients at the clinical centres Dr. Dragiša Mišović, Bežanijska Kosa and Zvezdara, as well as the Dr. Vasa Savić Special Hospital for Lung Diseases in Zrenjanin. The donation is an expression of gratitude to the medical workers who are on the first line of the fight against the coronavirus, as well as a way to make the hospital days of patients infected with COVID-19 easier.
CEO of NIS Company, Kirill Tyurdenev and the company’s employees, members of the NIS Volunteer Club, joined the campaign of donating Jazak water, which is bottled in the NIS facility on Fruška Gora. They were engaged in packing 40,000 bottles of water and delivering them to healthcare institutions in Belgrade and Zrenjanin. In this way, NIS and its employees continued implementing humanitarian campaigns aimed at helping people who need help the most.
CEO of NIS Company, Kirill Tyurdenev, said on the occasion: “Supporting the community, especially healthcare, is our long-standing commitment. We always try to make donations where they are most needed. NIS’ volunteers are especially active in this, just like they are today. We have all seen how dedicated and hardworking healthcare workers at COVID-designated hospitals are, who are also working in full protection gear, and we understood that we can and must help. We have delivered the Jazak water to the medics as an expression of our deepest gratitude for everything they do, as well as to patients, wishing them a speedy recovery. “
NIS always shows solidarity and support in challenging times
Since 2009, under the slogan “Budućnost na delu“, the NIS Company has been organizing and participating in numerous socially responsible projects and humanitarian campaigns that have improved living conditions in local communities, spending 3.8 billion dinars on these charity activities so far. NIS also shows solidarity and support in these challenging times.
For instance, by providing 270 tonnes of kerosene to Air Serbia during the state of emergency, the company supported the timely delivery of medical and protective equipment that was much needed by health workers and citizens. In addition, NIS’ volunteers were involved in numerous activities to support fellow citizens during the state of emergency and spent over 500 hours volunteering in implementing these activities. Also, the company helped the residents of Ivanjica and Blace after the recent floods, with a donation of 33,000 litres the Jazak mineral water. NIS and its employees will continue to engage in activities that benefit the citizens and community in the coming period.