Grand Finale

We have one BILLION!

2019-01-13 20:39:29

 

In the morning we were super excited to announce that we already have over 10 000 000 PLN in our account. Now we can say that we multiplied the amount! Yes, it is true - we have reached the magical mark of 50 000 000 PLN! 

 

It means that since the beginning of our charitable initiative we have raised ONE BILLION PLN! 

 

Thank you for your generosity and for enthusiasm in you have for helping others! You have the power to change the conditions in Polish paediatric hospitals. Each time we make sure to check that the equipment we buy is: first of all, the best medical science has to offer, and secondly, just the equipment hospitals actually need. We spend funds we raise conscientiously, each time making sure that we buy the best devices. 

Check how to support our initiative without leaving your cosy home! 

 

Volunteers in Warsaw. photo by Marcin Michoń

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