Newbridge supports hospitals in Toruń, Kraków and Łódź. In total, over 3,000 were transferred food and hygiene products
- On March 25, 2020
In connection with the coronavirus epidemic, securing hospital medical personnel is a particular priority. Goods such as food, hygiene products and daily cleaning products are nowadays necessities in many medical facilities, whose supplies are running out very quickly.
Therefore, in an act of solidarity with their local communities, three shopping malls from the Newbridge portfolio prepared carts loaded with several hundred kilograms of necessary products for three hospitals in their cities.
And so, the reserves of the Specialist Hospital for Children and Adults in Toruń decided to replenish the Nowe Bielawy. The Toruń Centre has launched assistance in the form of almost 760 products. The largest tenant in the centre (Carrefour) also offered its support, which also donated to the hospital. In total, over 900 different products arrived in the facility, including food or hygiene products.
Similar material support from Nowe Czyżyny was received this week by the Children’s University Hospital in Krakow-Prokocim, which received nearly 650 products, including food, cleaning and hygiene products.
Nowa Górna, in turn, decided to support the functioning of the Polish Mother’s Health Center neighboring the Institute in Łódź, which is also a partner in other charity projects, including is one of the sponsors of the annual Charity Run. In total, the Łódź centre donated over 1.5 thousand products to the facility. Here, one of the tenants of the centre – Carrefour hypermarket – got involved.
Prepared donations for medical facilities in Toruń, Kraków and Łódź are a response to the real needs of hospitals that are now in the hottest period.
In this way, they supplemented their reserves with reserves, including mineral water, juice, tea, coffee, milk, sugar, rice wafers, crispy bread, ready-to-heat dishes, dry products, canned food, soups, jelly, jams, which will be used by both patients, doctors and nurses. Hygiene products were also included in the packages, including liquid soaps, paper towels, wet wipes, shower gels and shampoos.