The Good Kazan opens a coworking with a call center and a conference hall
The Good Kazan opens
its own coworking with a call center and a conference hall on Sechenov Street.
The workspace brings together representatives of more than 100 charitable
communities. Today, Tatarstan President Rustam Minnikhanov and Kazan Mayor
Ilsur Metshin visited the coworking and congratulated the director of the ANO “Good
Kazan” Tatiana Merzlyakova and other charity workers on the opening of a new
The decision to
allocate ANO “Good Kazan” new premises on 5 Sechenov St. was made in October
2021. This year, the renovation was carried out there.
occupies an area of 506 sq.m. where the Good Kazan and charitable foundations
will hold master classes, seminars, meetings and other events. According to
Tatiana Merzlyakova, 21 organizations have already registered to work in the
coworking. Mothers of children with disabilities can also work in the coworking
every day, tutors and volunteers will provide assistance to them.
The new space
meets the principles of an accessible environment, so people with disabilities
can visit the coworking.
interior work, the landscaping of the adjacent territory was carried out under
the Our Yard program.
Tatiana Merzlyakova, Tatarstan President and the Mayor of the city looked
around the coworking area, visited the offices and a call center, appreciated
their convenience and equipment. Here they acquainted with philanthropists,
volunteers and call center workers. Presently, the ANO Archideti, the
DonorSearch, the Angel of Faith project, the psychological assistance office,
the Foundation for Diabetes Assistance and others have registered for three
months in the coworking.
“All the rooms
are modern, cozy and most importantly functional. Thank you for your activity
and your assistance”, - Rustam Minnikhanov said. “Now Good Kazan has everything
for efficient work”, - Ilsur Metshin added.
of the Good Kazan were presented to the visitors in the conference hall. Seven
important projects are being implemented under the auspices of the autonomous
non-profit organization – such as forums and training of volunteers. During the
presentation, Rustam Minnikhanov and Ilsur Metshin were informed about the Good
Sport program, in which more than 3,000 children with disabilities train at 13
sports venues of the city, about the Affordable Kazan telegram bot, the work of
the Path to Life training apartment, the construction of the Yardem sports
center and other inclusive urban projects. At the end of the presentation,
Rustam Minnikhanov presented Tatiana Merzlyakova with a certificate for a Lada
Largus car for the transportation of disabled persons.
The Good Kazan
project has been implemented since 2016 on the initiative of the Mayor of the
city Ilsur Metshin. It brings together charitable foundations, socially
oriented companies, the executive branch and the media.