The Kazakhstan management of world’s famous Swedish H&M clothing brand decided to deliver aid to people of the country suffered from the pandemic COVID-19. Saby charity fund which is founded by Aselle Tasmagambetova and Kenes Rakishev is one of the charities who will dispense 8000 clothes made by H&M to those in need. Recipients will get woman, kids and man clothing.
Saby charity fund, as well as Medical University of Semey city, Dara charity fund, The Centre for supporting children in distress, SOS Children villages, Orphanage #1 and #2, SOS of house of youth, Ayala charity fund, Centre for special social service #2 will subsequently give the clothing away to the needy.
Saed el-Ashkar, Swedish multinational clothing-retail company director of Russia, Kazakhstan and Belarus brands told about the initiative of the Kazakhstan branch. Aselle Tasmagambetova stated that it is a true metrics for the successful company to help others.
“We are excited that such world-class brand trusts charity funds, like ours, to succeed in the making the event possible” – Aselle Tasmagambetova told the press.
Aselle Tasmagambetova charity fund, underlined that her organization is working to help those in need to overcome the COVID-19 and economic downturn caused by it.
“We are glad to join the big-scale H&M campaign in Kazakhstan and deliver people the quality clothing they need”, told Aselle Tasmagambetova, the president of Saby fund.
Saby fund is the oldest fully private charity of Kazakhstan. It was founded in 2002 be Aselle Tasmagambetova and Kenes Rakishev. It is actively helping people in need, maintain large educational, social and environmental programs. It has joined the fight with COVID-19 since the first day of epidemic.