Volunteer firefighters took part in 3-day first aid and pedagogical training preparing them to take part in the educational initiative CPR for Schools.
Ambulance for Memorial Children's Hospital
Do you remember the exciting charitable football game we have played against the team representing TVN station? The proceeds from the sale of the tickets for the game as well as money raised via text messages during the game were used to buy a modern emergency vehicle for the Warsaw hospital.
The ambulance is the most modern vehicle owned by the hospital - it is equipped to ensure that the patients arrive at the hospital quickly and can receive all necessary treatment on board of the ambulance. The emergency vehicle can also be used to drive the smallest patients, providing safe transport for babies weighing less than one kilo. The ambulance can also be used to drive incubators.
The process of counting the money raised at the Grand Finale public collection is lengthy and complicated. There are different fundraising methods to be accounted for and the money we raised is counted until March the 8th.
We aim to deliver colourful plaques to primary schools taking part in our CPR for Schools educational programme. We think it's a great way to acknowledge schools which go the extra mile to educate their pupils.