In aid of our COVID-19 Relief Fund we raised:
11 180 888 PLN
Coronavirus Relief Fund

Committed to Battling Coronavirus

 

Our charity decided to use its resources to help fight the COVID-19 pandemic in Poland. We already made an order for 150 beds for intensive care units, where patients with COVID-19 will be treated. The cost of these specialized beds, which ensure the comfort and safety of patients, amounts to over PLN 4 000 000. The board of our charity has also decided to sign a contract for the purchase of personal protection equipment for our brave frontline medical staff. The cost of P.P.E. sets consisting of coveralls with boots, protective goggles, two pairs of glasses, protective mask with valve amounts to PLN 16 000 000. It means that up to date the Foundation has allocated PLN 20 000 000 from the funds raised during this year's Grand Finale fundraiser and the 1% charitable tax donation. It is heartening to see our business partners and corporative sponsors, reaching out to offer their financial backing.

 

Read about all our purchases in and of COVID-19 relief in Poland. 

 

Our COVID-19 Relief Initiative is not open for donations from individuals and corporate entities. 

 

 

You can support the COVID-19 through: 

1. Direct bank transfer

mBank 14 1140 1010 0000 5244 4400 1007 

for international transactions: 

Swift: BREXPLPW

IBAN PL14114010100000524444001007

transfer title: COVID-19 Relief Fund 

2. Online donation on our website

COVID-19 Relief Fund Donation 

3. Donation via Facebook

 

Corporate partners of the Covid-19 relief fund: 

  • Coca-Cola
  • Grupa Alumetal
  • CD PROJEKT S.A & main stockholders & board of CD PROJEKT
  • Ten Square Games
  • Lech
  • Play 
  • Lidl
  • Schiller
  • MEDICART
  • Amazon 
  • Oskroba bakery
  • Publishing house Edgard / Kapitan Nauka
  • Decathlon
  • Bayer Sp. z o.o. 

 

News
2020-04-09 18:09:11

24 Medical Ventilators for Polish Hospitals

Allegro has donated PLN 2 000 000 to our COVID-19 Relief Fund allowing us to order additional 24 medical ventilators, bringing the overall number of ventilators we bought in aid of coronavirus relief to 71.