As part of the 75 Years of the Great Victory volunteering campaign, Giprotruboprovod employees have held a clean-up event in the territory of the Victory Museum in Moscow.
The event was attended by more than 150 employees, and many came with their families. In the territory of the Victory Museum, the volunteering employees cleaned and renovated the items on display – maritime military hardware, tanks and shells. Moreover, the campaign participants cleaned up the museum territory, cut the shrubs and weeded out the flower beds.
“Giprotruboprovod’s involvement in the 75 Years of Great Victory volunteering project contributes to the cohesiveness and solidarity of the entire team, understanding of common goals, gives the employees a feeling of belonging, shapes out the civic liability and social accountability to society and the country. During the 80 years of operation in the industry, the institute has developed its glorious traditions, and I hope engagement in the volunteering movement becomes another noble tradition of our team,” said D. Veryutin, Deputy Director General of Giprotruboprovod.