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Solidarity with Ukraine

We stand with Ukraine

The Great Orchestra of Christmas Charity has pledged PLN 35 million to help Ukrainians in Ukraine and support the Polish healthcare system in the coming months. It is faced with growing demands from people who escaped the war and found a safe home in Poland. We are in touch with local hospitals and working on providing support in the area of our expertise - by purchasing medical equipment, medical supplies such as bandages and other single-use supplies. 

 

What does our charity do to help people escaping the war in Ukraine? 

  •  We buy and deliver medical devices and single-use supplies such as bandages and fixation devices for Ukrainian hospitals. 
  •  We buy and deliver medical devices to Polish hospitals that treat refugees. We donated instruments to the maternity ward in Przemyśl, to Chełm and supported 16 oncology wards for children in Poland. 
  •  We finance and coordinate the work of two Humanitarian Aid Points. One is located in Ukraine at the Shegini border crossing. Volunteers provide emergency medical help, shelter, warm beverages, and food to refugees waiting to cross the border with Poland. The second humanitarian point serves as a temporary shelter in Warsaw. 

Would you like to support our mission of buying medical equipment for Ukraine? 

BANK ACCOUNT NUMBER 
18 1140 1010 0000 5244 4400 1129

SWIFT BREXPLPW

IBAN PL 18 1140 1010 0000 5244 4400 1129

PAYMENT REFERENCE: Ukraina

 

 

May 24th: equipment has been delivered to the hospital in Vinnytsia 


The hospital received an echocardiograph and medical supplies - KN95 face masks for PLN 407 952.

 

April 18th: medical devices reached hospitals in Lviv, Rivne, and Dnipro

A maternity hospital in Lviv received 7 medical devices and medical supplies for over PLN 471 000. 

  • phototherapy lamp - 2 
  • bilirubin meters - 2 
  • hospital defibrillatorr - 1 
  • heart monitor - 2 

What is more, the hospital received bandages and 224 IPMED packs. 

 

A hospital in Dnipro received 10 medical devices and medical supplies for over PLN 670 000. 

  • hospital defibrillators - 4 
  • heart monitors - 5 
  • X-ray machine - 1

Additionally, the hospital received surgery sewing equipment, bandages, and  224 IPMED packs. 

 

A hospital in Rivne, which has already received equipment from our charity, received an additional device and medical supplies for over PLN 230 000. 

  • anesthesiology machine - 1 

 

April 6: Medical equipment for neonatal wards reaches Ukraine

For different neonatal wards, we donated 522 devices for 876 613,19 PLN 

Equipment includes: 

  • Four pulse oximeters
  • Six heart monitors 
  • Three ventilators 
  • Ten syringe pumps 
  • Four incubators
  • Five breathing apparatus
  • 160 patient circuits with generator
  • 200 Infant Flow nasal masks
  • 60 Infant Flow caps
  • 40 breathing circuits with a humidifier
  • 30 abdominal ultrasound heads
     

    & medical supplies such as masks and emergency blankets.

 

The hospital in Khmelnicky received 11 medical devices for 934 435,09 PLN 

  • echocardiograph
  • five defibrillators
  • five heart monitors 

    & medical supplies such as masks, bandages and syringes.

April 4: Medical equipment reaches Odessa and Javoriv 

 

The hospital in Odessa received 30 medical devices for 1 195 732, 31 PLN 

  • Five pulse oximeters
  • Five heart monitors 
  • Two ventilators 
  • Ten syringe pumps 
  • mobile USG machine - FAST 
  • anaesthetic machine
  • 5 hospital defibrillators
  • AED

    & medical supplies such as bandages, syringes, and PVCs. We have also donated professional military-grade first aid kits. 

 

The hospital in Javoriv received 29 medical devices for 987 120, 42 PLN. 

 

  • Five pulse oximeters
  • Five heart monitors 
  • Two ventilators 
  • Ten syringe pumps 
  • mobile USG machine - FAST 
  • Five mechanical suction pumps 
  • 5 hospital defibrillators
  • transport ventilator

    & medical supplies such as bandages, syringes, PVCs, and military-grade first aid kits. 

April 1: Medical equipment safely reaches Kyiv, and the hospital in Przemyśl receives a new ambulance 

 

The medical facility in Kyiv received 49 devices for 1 105 558,91 PLN

  • Ten pulse oximeters
  • Ten heart monitors 
  • Five mechanical suction pumps 
  • Four ventilators 
  • transport ventilator
  • Ten syringe pumps 
  • Two mobile USG machines - FAST 
  • anaesthetic machine
  • 6 hospital defibrillators

    & medical supplies such as bandages, syringes, and PVCs. Additionally, we donated professional military-grade first aid kits. 

The hospital in Przemyśl received a fully-equipped and insured ambulance. The hospital is treating refugees arriving in Poland from Ukraine. The cost of our donation exceeded 600 000 PLN. 

March 26: Medical equipment reaches hospitals in Chervonohrad, Novovolynsk, and Rivne 

Chervonohrad hospital received 35 devices for 614 668, 63 PLN 

  • four pulse oximeters 
  • ten heart monitors 
  • Five mechanical suction pumps 
  • Two ventilators 
  • transport ventilatoror 
  • Ten syringe pumps 
  • ECG 
  • 2 USG fast 

 

Novovolynsk hospital received 39 devices for 992 927, 26 PLN 

  • Four pulse oximeters
  • Ten heart monitors 
  • Five mechanical suction pumps 
  • transport ventillators 
  • Four ventilators 
  • Ten syringe pumps 
  • ECG 
  • 2 USG fast 
  • surgical equipment 
  • anaesthesia machine 

 

Rivne hospital received 57 devices for 1 548 286,77 PLN 

  • Four pulse oximeters 
  • Ten heart monitors 
  • Five mechanical suction pumps 
  • Ten syringe pumps 
  • ECG 
  • 2 USG fast 
  • surgical drills and sternotomy equipment 
  • Two mobile RTG 
  • anaesthesia machine 

 

March 22: Temporary Shelter welcomes refugees in Warsaw, and medical equipment reaches the hospital in Łuck (Ukraine) 

Łuck hospital received: 

  • anaesthesia machine 
  • C-arm RTG 
  • Ten oxygen concentrators 
  • Two heart monitors 
  • Ten syringe pumps 
  • Four pulse oximeters
  • 2 ECG machines  

The hospital also received other medical supplies. Overall, the donation amounted to 774 809, 35 PLN. 

We have officially welcomed the first refugees at our temporary shelter. The shelter, located in a tent, which measures 3 000 square meters, offers interim housing for people arriving in Warsaw. It is divided into a sleeping hall, food hall, and rest area. People who see shelter can remain in the tent for 24 hours until they decide on the next course of action or travel. We provide them with showers and all necessary facilities. Food, clothing, toiletries, and medical help are provided 24/7 and completely free. 

 

March 18: Medical equipment reaches the neonatal hospital in Ternopil (Ukraine) 

Ternopil hospital received: 

  • Ten pulse oximeters 
  • Ten syringe pumps 
  • Five suction pumps 
  • Two oxygen concentrators
  • 145 cannulas
  • Five glucometers
  • breathing apparatus
  • Six heart monitors 
  • Two incubators

The hospital also received medical supplies such as masks and emergency blankets. Overall, we donated equipment for  397 067,36 PLN. 

 

March 14: Medical equipment reaches hospitals in Użgorod and Rivne (Ukraine) 

Medical Equipment for Regional Clinical Centre for Neurosurgery and Neurology in Uzhhorod

  •  11 pulse oximeters
  •  Ten heart monitors
  • Ten mechanical suction pumps
  • Five transport ventilators
  •  Ten syringe pumps
  •  3 ECG machines

 

The hospital received medical supplies as well. Overall we donated 539 117,09 PLN worth of equipment. 

 

Medical Equipment for Regional Children's Hospital in Rivne

  • Four monitors for AMBU endoscopes are equipped in 185 endoscopes for bronchoscopy and cystoscopy
  •  anaesthetic machine
  • Two ventilators
  • Four heart monitors
  • Two mobile USG machines - FAST
  • 2 ECG machines

 

The hospital received medical supplies as well. Overall we donated 1 204 228,06 PLN worth of equipment.

 

 

 

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