01 April 2020

Krona, Moneyveo and UPM are helping hospitals

In partnership with Moneyveo company and Ukrainian Philanthropic Marketplace (UPM), we have purchased three ventilators of expert class for intensive care units of Ukrainian hospitals that accept patients with COVID-19.

Socially responsible business does not stay out of the crisis that overwhelmed our country: Moneyveo fintech company has allocated UAH 2.7 million for the purchase of three ventilators. Krona Foundation took over the organizational and logistical stages of the project, whereas UPM was responsible for communication. The equipment will be delivered to Kyiv Municipal Hospital No. 9, Chernivtsi Regional Clinical Hospital and Ternopil Municipal Ambulance Hospital. Those are major healthcare facilities to assist patients with coronavirus complications. 

Today our corporate values – Time. Trust. Technology – are more relevant than ever. It is important not to waste precious time, to help each other and to make sure that our physicians have all the necessary equipment to deal with possible complications of coronavirus

At such a difficult time, business has to be a driver of social responsibility. It should support the citizens of its state. Today our corporate values – Time. Trust. Technology – are more relevant than ever. It is important not to waste precious time, to help each other and to make sure that our physicians have all the necessary equipment to deal with possible complications of coronavirus”, resumed Alona Andronikova, CEO of Moneyveo

The S1200 ventilator has a touch screen that displays settings, disturbing information and fluctuations. It’s easy to use and move, and the device is suitable for all types of cardiopulmonary resuscitation. Therefore, machines will keep on saving the lives of Ukrainians after the COVID-19 pandemia is over. 

In real time we monitor the urgent needs of hospitals, meet them, and publicly report on completed tasks.