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Within the framework of the Memorandum signed between the LEPL Agency for State Care and Assistance for the (Statutory) Victims of Human Trafficking and JSC Liberty Bank, Liberty remains a distinguished partner of the State Agency and continues the work started years ago within the framework of the social responsibility program of Reimbursement of utility bills of small family-type orphan homes and homeless children's shelters across the country throughout the year.
Liberty fully finances electricity and natural gas bills for small family-type orphan homes and day shelters for homeless children (52 facilities in total), which amounts up to GEL 500,000 throughout the year. In addition, in the current situation, the Bank is supporting the state in the fight against COVID_19 and will provide all 52 facilities with essential medicines and safety equipment free of charge.
"Partnerships between the private sector and government agencies and social responsibility for children and the elderly in public care are important, especially when the initiative comes from the private sector and support lasts for years continuously. The Bank has once again demonstrated the goodwill of the business to be actively involved in the community development process. Thank you very much for standing by Liberty," said Meri Maglaperidze, director of the State Agency for State Care and Assistance for the (Statutory) Victims of Human Trafficking.
"Our support for small family orphanages and day shelters for homeless children is not limited to reimbursement of utility bills, and the priority is to take care of the residents of these homes and their safety. We are delighted to have the opportunity to care for those who need the most attention and support today. “- said the Deputy Director-General of Liberty Bank, Levan Tkhelidze.
As of February 2020, 322 children in state care live in small family-type orphanages, including 57 persons with disabilities.
168 children living and working on the streets receive daily services at homeless shelters and day care centers.