Credit Dnepr Bank continues to implement charitable projects with the Ukrainian charity exchange (ubb.org.ua). Already a good tradition among the employees of the financial institution was held a charity auction, which resulted in the collection of money for medical equipment for the Institute of Pediatrics, Obstetrics and Gynecology (IPAG). One of the leading Ukrainian children's clinics has received new syringe pumps - devices that help keep newborns out.
Syringe pumps are designed for prolonged, dose-controlled, controlled administration of drugs, nutrients, and others. The equipment was transferred to the resuscitation and intensive care unit of newborns and premature infants of the IPAG.
"Of course, for us, any support is invaluable. Even a small contribution can save children's life. Today there is still a lot of needs in the department, but it is very important that there are people who are indifferent and compliant to this, as well as the whole organization, "said Tetyana Znamenska, Deputy Director of the Institute of Pediatrics, Obstetrics and Gynecology, NAMS of Ukraine in the direction of Perinatology, president of the Association of Neonatologists of Ukraine. - We are trying to develop the department in line with world trends in medicine and, of course, constantly need to upgrade and expand the technological base. For example, to leave a single premature baby, you need one syringe pump. And such children in the department constantly more than 15 ".
Representatives of the UBB said they plan to continue the implementation of the charitable project with Bank Credit Dnepr in the future.
"In the department of resuscitation and intensive care of newborns and premature infants, the IPAAG NAMS of Ukraine are the youngest and most defenseless children. The life of these kids depends on the professionalism of doctors and the availability of modern equipment. Therefore, in conjunction with the Bank Credit Dnepr, we initiated a project for the purchase of medical equipment, funds for which were collected at a charity auction. Our contribution will help the prematurely raised children to strengthen more quickly, "says Irina Gutsal, director of the UBB. - We are grateful to the partners who provided the lots to the auction in the bank, and the employees who bought the lots or simply transferred the money for the common goal - the salvation of childhood lives. We hope that this initiative will be implemented in the future. "
Altogether more than 80 lots from the employees and partners of the bank - TV channels STB, ICTV, Novy Kanal, ANTIAIDS Foundation, Charitable Fund Denis Silantyev and many others - were exhibited.
"Last year, the auction found a response from dozens of our employees, and we were able to provide little help to one of the leading children's hospitals in Ukraine. The second such project on the eve of the New Year holidays, we made it even more diverse, having prepared more interesting lots, attracting more participants. It is important to note that those colleagues who, for one reason or another, lost their bidding and were unable to redeem the lot, did their charitable contributions anyway, "says Vitali Paluri, deputy chairman of the Bank's Credit Dnepr Board. - Our team is always approaching these projects very responsibly not only because support for a happy and healthy childhood in the younger generation of Ukrainians is the main direction of the bank's social strategy, but also because we understand that this is our personal responsibility, the contribution of everyone to the creation of a joint the future. And in fact, it is very nice to take part in this. I also think that we are very fortunate, because we constantly meet like-minded people who help in the realization of such important and wonderful initiatives. I'm sure the next such project will attract even more indifferent people. "