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Globalworth Foundation - COVID-19 Response Fund

600,000 euros donated in the fight against the pandemic

With so much uncertainty and concern surrounding the recent novel coronavirus, there is something we can all do to help the fight against it. Aside from keeping safe and the following guidelines, we can all do our part to help: we can donate, we can support the frontline healthcare workers who save countless lives, we can show solidarity.

Now more than ever, we count on our donors to continue the global fight against the pandemic. As part of ongoing efforts to support communities amid the unprecedented impact of COVID-19, Globalworth Foundation continues to equip intensive care unites for COVID patients and to donate vital supplies for 7 hospitals in Romania and Poland:

  1. Dr. Carol Davila Central Military Emergency University Hospital in Bucharest
  2. Clinical Hospital Colentina in Bucharest
  3. The National Institute for Infectious Diseases "Prof.dr. Matei Bals" in Bucharest
  4. "Prof. dr. Marius Nasta" Institute for Pneumology in Bucharest
  5. Isolation Hospital in Chorzów
  6. Isolation Hospital in Łódź
  7. Wolski Hospital in Warsaw.

We are convinced that we all should act as quickly as possible during this emergency and try to reduce the impact of COVID-19 on our communities in Poland and Romania, as well as on the society we live in. Therefore, despite challenges, Globalworth Foundation is engaged with:

  • 32 of Vital functions monitors
  • 4 Mechanical ventilators essential devices for intensive care unit
  • 27,500 FFP2 and N95 safety masks
  • 4,645 FFP3 safety masks
  • 9,500 surgical masks
  • 4,100 protective overalls
  • 500 protective glasses
  • 500 protective gloves
  • 100 disinfectant bottles
  • 21 beds for intensive care unit and intensive medical supervision
  • 9,000 meals

Protecting healthcare workers remains a top priority. These are the heroes on the frontline who continue to tirelessly provide care and support to  children and families affected. Therefore, Globalworth Foundation allocated until now 600,000 euros to help fund medical supplies as well as logistical, human and material support. We all want to get back to something close to normal. I am sure that together we will get through this. Stay Safe!” -  Dimitris Raptis, Co-CEO & CIO Globalworth.