The Social Programs Center of the Russian Ministry of the Interior held a charity event on September 19, 2013, for orphaned children studying at the Moscow University of the Ministry of the Interior. The main purpose of the event was to serve as a reminder of the responsibility we share for the well-being of the younger generation and of how important it is to look after our children and make sure they are properly protected. After all, our society will soon depend on this generation. There are currently 44 students and cadets studying at the Moscow University of the Ministry of the Interior whose parents died while serving in the Ministry.
Taking part in the event were 20 future police officers living on 13,000 rubles per month or less. The gathering was just one of several get-togethers planned for this year. One of the main people behind this series of events is Andrey Dashin, chairman of the guardianship board of the the Service for the Social and Legal Protection of Ministry of the Interior Personnel and the chairman of the board at Alpari. Two other members of the Alpari board – Vadim Malyutin and Valeriy Tarasov – also played a key role in organizing the events.
Among the speakers at the gathering were: Valeriy Alyabev, head of the Social Programs Center of the Russian Ministry of the Interior and a colonel in the internal service; Vasiliy Ignatov, chairman of the veterans council of the Moscow University of the Ministry of the Interior, a member of the veterans council of the Russian Ministry of the Interior and a major general in the police force; Vadim Malyutin and Valeriy Tarasov, members of Alpari’s board of directors; Vladimir Godovanyuk, the head of the Service for the Social and Legal Protection of Ministry of the Interior Personnel; and Dmitriy Voinov and Svetlana Temereva, students at the university. Russian singers Ruslana Alekhno, Tatyana Naynik and Eduard Shulzhevsky also performed for the students.
The hosts handed out valuable gifts to each of the students and cadets in attendance. The young men and women were thrilled to receive a 7-inch Samsung GALAXY Tab 2 tablet computer. The tablets were graciously provided by Alpari, one of the leading providers of online Forex trading in Russia; a company known for its sterling reputation and its innovative approach to business development. The tablet computers will provide the students with instantaneous access to popular e-books, interesting games and new movie releases. The get-together ended with a group photograph.