Children from the Blokhin Cancer Center received empty boxes as a gift from the Fashion Sentence. Program producer apologized for mistake

Patients of the Blokhin Cancer Center in Moscow received empty boxes from the Fashionable Sentence program of Channel One for the New Year. Volunteer Victoria Biryukova told about this on Instagram .

According to her, a year ago she participated in the program, after which the representatives of the “Modniy Sentence” offered to transfer New Year’s gifts to children to the cancer center as part of a charity event.

From the program, Santa Claus came to the hospital with the Snow Maiden, who left four bags of gifts. “Imagine my surprise, or rather a shock, when the bags contained empty sets of boxes, without gifts for children! There are many different sets of boxes, folded according to the principle of nesting dolls – one inside the other, ”wrote Biryukova.

The volunteer said that the organizers of the action did not apologize to her in any way, only stating that the gifts were stolen from them and they would go to the police.

I cannot convey how bitter and ashamed I was for such an act of the transfer … Disappointment in people, a lack of understanding why and how this could have been done not just with children, but with children fighting for their fragile life … I do not know how to explain all this … As for me, such an act is, indeed, a sentence … only not Fashionable, but Inhuman …

(C)MEDUZA 2021

6 comments

  1. “Imagine my surprise, or rather a shock, when the bags contained empty sets of boxes, without gifts for children!”
    Corruption is much worse in mafia land than even I would have thought.

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