In Kazan, they started pouring concrete into the basement of the second hospice building. This was announced by Vladimir Vavilov, Chairman of the Board of the Angela Vavilova Foundation.
He noted that 37 million rubles were raised to implement the idea of building a second hospice.
According to the project, the two-storey building has 60 seats. On the first floor it is planned to accommodate patients who have only a few days to live. On the second floor, a nursing department will be organized, where care for patients with a long life will be organized.
In addition, for the convenience of the guests, the hospice will equip a sauna, game rooms, elevators, a canteen, exercise yards, and a conference hall.