Kumtor Gold Company continues to contribute to fighting the coronavirus epidemic in Kyrgyzstan. The company has purchased 90 oxygen concentrators which soon will be sent to medical facilities in Jety-Oguz and Ton districts as well as in the city of Balykchi Issyk-Kul province.
Voluntary donations of Kumtor Gold Company to the program of response to the coronavirus infection in the Kyrgyz Republic to the amount of 52,000 soms have been transferred to the COVID-19 account of the Central Treasury of the Finance Ministry for the Health Ministry of the Kyrgyz Republic.
In honor of the 75th anniversary of Victory in the WWII Kumtor Gold Company congratulated 198 veterans, home front workers and widows of WWII veterans, residing in Jeti-Oguz and Ton districts, as well as in Balykchi and provided sponsorship for them.
Kumtor Gold Company has contributed US $5,000 to the Karakol zoo which needs funds to purchase forage and food additives for its animals, thus responding to the urgent request of the Bugu-Ene public fund for aid.
US $100,000 FINANCIAL AID Kumtor Gold Company will contribute US $100,000 in financial aid to provide necessary medical means to Issyk-Kul structures and individuals involved in proactive efforts being currently made to prevent the spread of COVID-19 across the province.
On the eve of the New Year holidays, Kumtor Gold Company presented 2,604 gifts to children of Jeti-Oguz and Ton districts, as well as the cities of Balykchy and Karakol in Issyk-Kul oblast.
TV news how Kumtor helped in the acquisition of medical equipment in Issyk-Kul region
KGC employees held a charity event ‘Kid, You Will Survive!’ dedicated to the World Cancer Day commemorated on February 4 each year.
Employees of KGC Media Relations Department donated copies of Children’s Encyclopedia to school libraries of Bishkek.
The charity football tournament entitled ‘Open Your Eyes to Autism’, organized by the Secretariat of the Business Development and Investments Council under the KR Government and the American Chamber of Commerce in the Kyrgyz Republic, took place on October 27, 2018.
This season, Kumtor Gold Company has continued cooperation with the Mobile Child Development Centers at Jailoo in Jeti-Oguz and Ton regions of Issyk-Kul oblast.