Being an IT consulting company JET BI adheres to the concept of socially responsible marketing and support children with autism through own charitable engagement and through keeping others informed about the problem.
We are proud to be the partners and sponsors of the International Charity Organisation "Children.Autism.Parents". In particular, JET BI is part of the "Sport Inclusion" project. The main goal of our interaction is to make the lives of children with autism brighter, more interesting, healthier and fulfilling.
On June 1-2, 2018 the events took place confined to the Children's Day in support of the project “Sport Inclusion with the Swimming Club of Aleksandra Herasimenia”. This project aims at teaching swimming of the children with autism together with ordinary children in inclusive groups.
On June 1, 2018 “The First CinemaVideocompany” (Minsk) presented the film “Our Children” by Galina Adamovich. The film shows how life changes when families faced with the problem of autism. All the actors are real people, real families in which special children are brought up. Every day is a battle with a diagnosis, that leaves no hopes and illusions. Every day is a feat.
On June 2, 2018, at the event of the Olympic Day with the National Olympic Committee of the Republic of Belarus, was opened the presentation of the charity photo - project that called "Belarusian sportsman for Sport Inclusion!". The main goal of the photo - project is to show Belarusian people's solidarity and involvement in socially important problems, to show and talk about how each of us can help and support these special children and their families.
The project “Sport Inclusion with the Swimming Club of Aleksandra Herasimenia” starts on September 1, 2018. More details about the project and possibilities to support this meaningful idea you can find here.
Children with autism are special children. Together we can give them the opportunity to be in sight, to be with other children, have friends, be healthy and happy. For JET BI it is a pleasure and honor to belong to the “Sport Inclusion” project.