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The "WTC Moscow" adheres to the policy of socially responsible business, providing systematic assistance to the most vulnerable social groups.
The priority of the WTC's charity work is the assistance to the RF CCI Fund "Center for Assistance to Street Children", where pupils of educational and social institutions get financial support.
The "WTC Moscow" also takes responsibility for the support of veterans of the Great Patriotic War. At the same time, special attention is paid to the Public Organization of War Veterans, Labor Veterans and Retired Workers - former employees of the World Trade Center.
The history of the World Trade Center is initially associated with veterans. In 1980, when the “WTC Moscow” was only put into operation, a special division was created in the HR department aimed to the work with veterans of the war – at that time their number in the company was 170 people.
Over the years the number of labor veterans began to grow among employees, and in 2003 the Public Organization for War Veterans, Labor Veterans and Retired Workers - former employees of the WTC, was established at the World Trade Center Moscow. To date it consists of 776 people, including 31 veterans of the Great Patriotic War.