Isku is celebrating Estonia’s 100th anniversary by donating new classrooms to five schools. The recipients are Pala Kooli, Valga Priimetsa Kooli, Koeru Keskkooli, Otepää Gümnaasiumi and Kaarli Kooli. The donation value is over 20 000 euros.
“The main focus of Estonia’s 100th anniversary is children and young people. Isku’s donation helps to modernize Estonian schools – this is a gift that lasts much longer than the anniversary”, says Maarja-Liisa Soe, Estonia 100th Anniversary Committee’s Program Director.
“Isku’s donation to the Estonia’s school system is big and significant”, says Tea Varrak, chancellor of the Ministry of Education. “I believe that a better and more modern school environment motivates students and guarantees better learning outcomes”, Varrak continues.
Aidas Barkauskas, CEO of Isku Baltics, is pleased with the project’s interest. “We are delighted to have a total of 216 schools attended to our project. It gives the signal that our gift was desirable “.
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Isku is a Finnish family-owned company established by Eino Vikström 1928 in Lahti, Finland. Isku’s products and services are renowned for their high quality. Isku designs and develops, produces and markets furniture, services and comprehensive interior solutions for homes, schools, offices, healthcare facilities as well as for all public spaces. In Finland, Isku has a number of its own sales and service centres. In addition to the extensive service network in Finland, Isku operates in the Nordics, the Baltics, Poland, Russia and the Middle East and is involved in projects all around the world. Isku has centralized its production to Lahti, Finland. Isku has certified quality, environmental management and safety systems according to ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001 standards. Today, all Isku’s production is PEFC certified. All wood used in the production comes from sustainably and responsibly managed forests and the raw material’s chain of custody is known.