The pharmaceutical company Evalar has supported over 100 nursing homes

The pharmaceutical company Evalar has donated more than 200,000 units of antiseptic products to the charitable foundation "Starost v Radost" (Old Age in Joy). This assistance was directed to more than 100 nursing homes and other social institutions spanning from the Voronezh region to the Republic of Buryatia. 


Elderly individuals, people with limited abilities, as well as the foundation's staff and volunteers, require individual protective equipment, which is essential for them. "Evalar" has been collaborating with the "Starost v Radost" foundation for several years. In December 2020, 50,000 personal protective items were provided to the foundation's beneficiaries in the Siberian Federal District.

The project "Starost v Radost" was established in 2011 and currently oversees elderly people and individuals with disabilities in at least 65 regions of the country. The foundation supports over 600 nursing homes and psychoneurological care facilities across the country, as well as people living at home.

Elizaveta Oleskina, Director of the charitable foundation "Starost v Radost," expressed gratitude, stating that: "For more than 10 years, we have been involved in projects related to medicine and care, constantly facing a shortage of quality personal protective and hygiene products. Therefore, the assistance from Evalar is very timely. A good cause with reliable professional partners brings twice the benefit. Many thanks to everyone!"

Vladimir Khlunov, Executive Director of Evalar also noted that: "It is considered that the attitude towards elderly people is a mirror of the sate of any society. We have collaborated with the 'Starost v Radost' foundation multiple times, and supporting its beneficiaries on the eve of the New Year is becoming a good tradition for us. We hope that the non-toxic antiseptics we are providing this time will help preserve the fragile health of elderly people, and the foundation's staff and volunteers will feel more protected."