Rusfond became a partner of S7 Priority
S7 Airlines, a member of the oneworld® global aviation alliance®, within the S7 Priority frequent flyer programme announces the start of cooperation with “Rusfond”, one of the largest charitable foundations in Russia.
Now members of the loyalty programme have an opportunity to help persons, who are under care of the foundation, to get to places of medical treatment or rehabilitation. To do this the member should transfer collected miles from his/her S7 Priority account to the charitable foundation. Miles transferred will be used to issue air tickets for S7 Airlines flights, so that persons under care of the foundation and their accompanying persons could get to specialized health care facilities.
“S7 Airlines devotes special attention to charity and social projects. Within the loyalty programme we started cooperation with charitable foundations in October 2015. After one and a half month we note, that our passengers actively use the opportunity to support persons under care of foundations, to help them to go to places of medical treatment, granting their miles”, Natalia Nikolaeva, S7 Priority Loyalty Programme Development Director, noted.
Rusfond (Russian aid fund) is one of the largest charitable foundations in Russia. Within 18 years individuals and companies made donations to “Rusfond” in the amount over 7 169 billion roubles, these funds were used to help more than 11 thousand children.
In order to transfer miles to “Rusfond” from your S7 Priority account, you can use your Personal Profile at www.s7.ru, section “Customer support”, choose “Charity” as the message subject, and specify the name of the foundation and the number of miles to be transferred. E.g.: “I kindly ask you to transfer 1 000 miles to the charitable foundation “Rusfond”. Or members can refer with such request to the Loyalty Programme Service Centre at 8 800 700–9010.
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