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Anyone who is involved in charity work or works in non-profit organizations could take part in it.

The names of the winners have been determined photo competition “The City of the Caring. Vocation”… 18 finalists will receive commemorative prizes and take part in a photo session. The winners’ works and their professional studio portraits will adorn Moscow parks from August to November.

“Each of the works and stories submitted to the competition is unique. I congratulate the winners and wish them exhibitions and podcasts with their participation inspire even more people to do good. This is the mission of our competition, ”said Pavel Simakov, head of the network of coworking centers of non-profit organizations (NPOs).

The participants were offered nine nominations for their choice – “Ecology”, “Sport”, “Support of family values”, “Development of the urban environment”, “Patriotic education”, “Cultural and leisure education”, “Help for people with disabilities”, ” Working with youth ”,“ Healthy and active lifestyle ”.

In total, 210 applications from 81 non-profit organizations of the capital were received for the competition. One of the most popular nominations was “Help for People with Disabilities”.

According to the results of the audience vote, which took place from May 24 to May 30, nine best works were selected. Nine more winners were determined by the competition committee. Among the winners are the dubbing and voice acting actress Inga Smetanina, who has been helping the Dogs Who Love Foundation for many years, Elena Shidlovskaya, a perinatal psychologist and author of the Heartful Gift charity project, and a volunteer and regular participant in sports marathons of the Life as a Miracle charity foundation. Pavel Rakovsky and other people who have dedicated their lives to work in non-profit organizations.

Finalists of the competition will be able to take part in the recording podcasts “The City of the Caring”… Photos of the winners will also be published on the pages of the network of NGO coworking centers in social networks. “In contact with”, “Instagram”, Facebook.

The city authorities actively support the socially oriented activities of non-profit organizations. To help them and by the decision of the Moscow Mayor, a network of NGO coworking centers was created. NCO coworking centers are located in all districts of Moscow. Organizations can reserve these spaces for their own events.

Presentation halls, meeting rooms, workplaces, as well as rooms for coffee breaks and children’s playrooms are available for free use here. In addition to comfortable and equipped venues for meetings and events, all coworking centers for non-profit organizations have a single set of services: educational programs, professional advice, photographer services, and a printing house.

3,500 non-profit organizations use the services of the centers annually.

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