A.M.I Italia provided free the Foundation with three Saver One defibrillators for subsequent transfer to doctors in hot spots
published on: 01/07/2022

The Italian company A.M.I Italia, a world-famous manufacturer of intensive care equipment, turned to the Healthy Future Foundation with a sincere desire to provide humanitarian assistance to doctors working in frontline areas in extremely difficult conditions, saving the lives of our defenders and civilians.

As a humanitarian aid, A.M.I Italia provided the Foundation with three Saver One automatic external defibrillators for subsequent transfer to doctors in hot spots.

We report on the work of the Foundation in this regard.

The first Saver One defibrillator was provided to the doctors of the 1st Presidential Operational Brigade named after Hetman Petro Doroshenko of the National Guard of Ukraine last week.

The second Saver One device went to Lysychansk. And despite all the difficulty of delivery, the defibrillator still got to the heroic defenders of the heroic city on June 27.

The third defibrillator is still on the way. We will talk about the destination later.

The "Healthy Future" Foundation is very grateful to A.M.I Italia for the intensive care equipment provided free of charge!

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Banking details of Healthy Future Charitable Foundation
Name of the Bank:
MFO: 305299
Recipient's account:
IBAN: UA613052990000026007015015729
Recipient: Charitable Organization HEALTHY FUTURE Charitable Foundation

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