WWII veteran Mikhail S. Stepanov of Upper Chebula gave their savings to children. Rehabilitation center "change", he gave 100,000 rubles, and the office of the local school physics — 30000. The idea of charity came from Michael Stepanovich is not out of the blue, soldier approached the matter seriously and thoroughly. "At first, he wanted to make a gift to the children's home and came up with these intentions in our head of the Department of Social Protection. Said," Irina, I want to help the orphanage. "She said that her department's home, but there are a rehabilitation center. Then we Michael Stepanovich was invited to "change" and told what need. He offered us to choose what you need. raise questions about the amount and then Michael Stepanovich said about 100 thousand rubles. course, we were in shock for a long time and even then retreated . now he is our great friend, we go to visit him, we communicate. thank him a lot "- shared with the" Newspaper of Kemerovo "center manager" Change "Valentina Kuznetsova. Donated money to the Children's Center bought the plot and role-playing games, a projector screen, a sports pool and dry wall. That does not include designers, dolls, roller skates and skateboards. All these children had time to get to letu.A for the new school year veteran made another gift, this time to a local school, and more specifically — the Cabinet of physics. "This year marks 20 years since my class took patronage over Mikhail Stepanovich. Since then the children have changed, but the friendship with him continued. Guys help him on the farm, are invited to a class hours, cover the tables for the holidays. In the class there is a corner dedicated front biography of Michael Stepanovich, — a physics teacher Irina Pestretzoff. — It makes us gifts for the second time. Last year, he donated equipment for 10,000 rubles this — 30. With it now appeared in the office 10 lab kits "Electricity", a computer test set "L-micro" magnetic field sensors, temperature and conductivity solutions. We ordered the equipment in August, it is now on the way from Moscow. They said that within two weeks will come. " Stepanov himself a war veteran with a warm recalls how he helped the students, both in winter and kids cleaned the snow hauled wood, and the summer was purified from the Colorado potato beetle. Mikhail S. explains his charity simply: "I love children." "And yet, — has added veteran — I really feel sorry for abandoned children, it is a pity that so many of them. In my relatives no one hurt, I help them as much as possible, and this money is allocated specifically to support those in need." Stop my grandfather did not intend to. "I also have to turn the orphanage, there are about fifty people. Few years, I am in it, but the opportunity to help has not been, and this year I think, and walk up to them," — he said.