23 April 2020
Aventus Group donated 40 000 Eur to charity in Q1 2020
Although this year has brought various challenges to the economies in almost every country in the world, temporary difficulties are not a reason to stop doing good works. The main PeerBerry business partner Aventus Group has been donating a part of its’ profits for children with serious illnesses every year for several years in a row.
The current reality with all recent developments is not an exception for the Group – in the first quarter of this year, Aventus Group companies supported children with serious illnesses in Ukraine, Republic of Belarus and Kazakhstan. The total amount of Aventus Group charity reaches 40 000 Eur. The biggest part of charity funds were donated to Charitable organization „Charity Exchange Dobrodiy“ and “CSMA foundation” (Children with Spinal Muscular Atrophy) in Ukraine.
“Treating children who are suffering from complex illnesses is very expensive. As economic conditions become more difficult, we understand that many families, who have ill children, will face even greater challenges, especially in countries where living standards have been relatively low previously also. Therefore, we continue our mission of good works without any doubts, to at least make things easier for children by helping them feel better” – says Andrejus Trofimovas, CEO of Aventus Group.
In addition to financial charity for ill children, Aventus Group employees also undertake various social responsibility initiatives in different countries. For instance, in March this year, employees of Aventus Group company Belka Credit in Russia provided voluntary help to the center “You’re not alone”. This center helps women with children who find themselves in difficult situations or have been subjected to violence. Belca Credit employees provided children of this center with clothing, medicine and food.
In 2019 Aventus Group donated over 150 000 Eur to various charity programs dedicated to help children, who have been diagnosed with cancer and other serious diseases.