On October 17, 2021, the Department of Public Health and Health Care organized a charity event in the ethno-complex Alymbek-Datka in order to support Aruuzat under the slogan “Save Aruuzat”, which was attended by more than 80 volunteer students of the International Medical Faculty. The townspeople had the opportunity to plunge into Indian culture for one day, volunteers came to a charity event with Indian national dishes and treated those who wish, they also had the opportunity to try on the national Indian sari and apply mehendi henna to any part of the body. The collected funds were transferred to Aruuzat’s account. Every year, hundreds of thousands of people implement the simple idea that everyone can do something good, big or small, to improve the lives of others and change the world for the better. A day of good deeds is a great opportunity to save someone’s life, helping those who need it. The motivating reasons for charity include the awareness by its participants of the integrity of human society, more generally – of all life on Earth, participation and responsibility for the world in which we live. The organization of charitable events among young people contributes to the development of culture, science, sports and ensures the protection of nature. It also helps protect the most vulnerable and disadvantaged.