Moscow, 11th November 2017 – The Moscow Humboldt Rotary Club again marked St Martin’s Day by inviting members and guests to its autumn “Gans und Tanz” (Eating Goose and Having a Dance) charity event in the Hotel Baltschug Kempinski. Vladimir Horton and Karl Pein, the Managing Directors of ATP TLP Moscow, were delighted to take the opportunity to support needy people in Russia in the name of ATP. All the proceeds from the charity dinner are being donated to selected organisations such as Kroog2, a theatre project which brings together disabled and able-bodied people. More than 200 guests from the German, Austrian and Russian business communities joined together at the event to donate a grand total of around 1.1 million roubles
The Moscow Humboldt Rotary Club was established as a joint German and Russian club in 2005 since when it has been working to support charitable causes. It is now one of the biggest funds in Russia and the CIS countries.