UAH 28.8 million was donated by UKRSIBBANK through the UNITED24 platform
UKRSIBBANK, as part of the international BNP Paribas Group, supported the initiative for the purchase of Type C ambulances through the UNITED24 fundraising platform.
These funds will be used to purchase ambulances. These are specialized modern resuscitation vehicles equipped with defibrillators, cardiac monitors, oxygen tanks and ventilators. That is, everything necessary to support the patient’s life during transportation to the hospital.
UKRSIBBANK, as a socially responsible business, contributes to the development of the country’s medicine, joins initiatives aimed at expanding access to medical services, regardless of the patient’s place of residence.
The synergy of responsible business, government and fundraising platforms is the driver of changes in the support of the country's medical sector. Every day, our doctors save the lives of thousands of Ukrainians. Emergency medical teams are the first to arrive and do everything to help patients. We have joined the initiative to collect funds for the restoration and medical provision of security facilities in order to support medicine together, rebuild Ukraine and create a future for every Ukrainian.
Since the beginning of russia’s military aggression, the international BNP Paribas Group has been supporting Ukraine. At the beginning of March, the Group created the “Rescue & Recovery” Fund (Rescue & Recovery), transferring 10 million euros to humanitarian organizations involved in helping Ukrainians.
UNITED24: a fundraising platform initiated by the President of Ukraine and the main place for collecting donations in support of Ukraine. During the seven months of operation, UNITED24 collected more than 250 million dollars from citizens of 110 countries. UNITED24 ambassadors include outstanding athletes Andriy Shevchenko, Elina Svitolina and Oleksandr Usyk, creative director of Balenciaga Demna, American actors Liev Schreiber and Mark Hamill, band Imagine Dragons, singer and actress Barbra Streisand, astronaut Scott Kelly and historian Timothy Snyder.