Delivering 100 dinners to a Polish hospital
MSWiA, the biggest hospital in Warsaw, was selected by the government as the main hospital to handle COVID-19 cases. Consequently, a part of the hospital's wards transformed into infectious disease wards. The doctors and nurses were so busy that the hospital started to organise meals throughout the day. Our NSO (National Sales Office) in Poland supported front-line workers by arranging for a restaurant to prepare meals which our colleagues then delivered to the hospital. This way, the NSO solved two problems at once, offering the hospital 100 dinners while supporting a local restaurant during these difficult times.
Next to this, our Polish colleagues managed to help the employees in the children's hospital in the north of Warsaw by supplying personal protective equipment.