Loxon Romania donated to charity to support the Romanian healthcare system
8 Jan. 2021

2020 was a tough year for the whole world; the current pandemic indiscriminately afflicted everyone. We believe that in such cases it is even more important to contribute to overall wellbeing to the extent we are able to. Thus, Loxon Romania continued its tradition of donating to charity last year.

The chosen organisation was Daruieste Viata, to which 50.000 RON (~ 10300 euros) was offered in order to support their projects, which aim to improve the Romanian healthcare system. Dauieste Viata was founded in 2012, and their efforts include building hospitals, ICU and transplant units, radiotherapy clinics and further attempts to provide sufficient healthcare for citizens. One of their major recent projects was the reconstruction of the Marie Curie Hospital in Bucharest, where they treat children with serious illnesses. The building will serve as the first Radiotherapy Department for Children in Romania. The organization also played an important role in the fight against coronavirus: they set up Modular Hospital 1 Elias and donated a significant amount of medical equipment to hospitals to facilitate the treatment of COVID-19 patients.

Spitalul Modular 1 Elias – photo: Alex Rosieanu

At Loxon Romania we have a huge focus on social responsibility, as we are convinced that joint action is required to make the world a better place for everyone. We are determined to contribute on an ongoing basis to the efforts of various organizations in the future, thereby helping those in need.