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KGHM will donate almost 40 thousand PLN to children from orphanages in the Copper Belt

KGHM will donate almost 40 thousand PLN to children from orphanages in the Copper Belt

Tuesday, 03 November, 2020
We have collected opinions and we will help children from orphanages - at KGHM Polska Miedź S.A. a survey was completed among the company's employees. Thanks to the huge commitment of the employees, the copper giant will donate almost 40 thousand PLN to children in foster care in the Copper Basin. The questionnaires were completed by 43 percent of the company’s employees.

“For KGHM as for the company’s strategy, people are the most important. Our ambition is to manage in such a way as to enable our employees to work effectively and at the same time to satisfy their family’s needs. The commitment and responsibility which is evident in the high level of feedback shows that we have a great staff,” said Marcin Chludziński, President of the Management Board of KGHM Polska Miedź S.A.

Help for orphanages

Filling out the surveys means real assistance for children in the Copper Belt. The Management Board of KGHM declared that, for each completed document, it would donate 5 zloties to an orphanage selected by the employee. Thanks to the participation of employees and the high return rate, this means nearly PLN 40 thousand for local counties to be used for rehabilitation, courses and educational assistance for children in foster care, meaning orphanages and foster families.

The anonymous surveys were available either in printed version or online. Questions were grouped under the following categories: work and private life, the relationship with one’s boss, the team, the organisation and motivation.

KGHM supports foster care

KGHM Polska Miedź S.A., as part of its pro-active social approach, is deeply engaged in the issue of foster care. Last year the copper company commenced a projecrt aimed at searching for foster parents for the youngest inhabitants of the Copper Belt, „Miedź Rodzinę”. Participating in this campaign were all of the local governments of the copper region, as well as other companies in the region.

Thanks to this, several dozen couples were found who are currently involved in training to be foster parents.

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