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Preliminary financial report of the 26th Grand Finale
We have raised over 126 000 000 PLN in aid of neonatal units - our aim was to buy equipment for as many wards across the country so that all children born in Poland could have access to the best medical care regardless of where they were born. And with your generous support, we were able to buy equipment worth 93, 6 million PLN and we have set aside the remaining 32, 7 million PLN for the purchase of remaining equipment for neonatal wards.
We can now publish the preliminary financial reports of how we have allocated the funds we raised in January last year.
We delivered to neonatal wards:
- closed incubators
- transport incubators
- phototherapy lamps
- cardiotocography machines
- cardiac monitors
- pulse oximeters
- heating mattresses for newborns
- infusion and volume pumps
- portable RTG machines
- electronic scales
- and many other devices
All in all, there were 4 000 modern pieces of equipment donated to the Polish public hospitals.
We are also able to continue to finance our medical and educational programmes. We were also able to finance the purchase of rehabilitation equipment, allocating 2,4 million PLN.
It is important to note that the Foundation does not cover the costs of running its offices or does not finance Pol'and'Rock Festival organization.
We were honoured to receive the Gold Synapse award from the Polish Psychiatric Association. We were nominated in the "Friend of Psychiatry" category. We are delighted that our commitment to improving conditions at paediatric psych wards in Poland.
The medical objective of the upcoming Grand Finale fundraiser, which will take place on Sunday, January 12th, 2020 will focus on raising money to ensure the highest standards of diagnostics and care in paediatric surgery and treatment. Our motto is Wind in Our Sails!