Save lives with your donation
Finance essential medical equipment
Enable doctors to do their jobs
+++ Donation campaign +++
Nanda Weskott (@nanda_schwarz), blogger and influencer, has called for a fundraising campaign due to the current corona crisis and would like to support this project. If you donate, you will automatically be entered into the raffle and have the chance to win one out of three Matcha tea sets.
Make it possible with your donation that helpers can do their job
Donations can be used, for example, to provide employees in health centres & clinics with gloves, disinfectant, soap and similar items. In addition, the dissemination of the correct behaviour in public can be strengthened through education and thus prevent further spread.
Help where help is most needed
Help is being provided all over the world, but especially in countries where the health system is going downhill under such circumstances. In Germany we do so much for #flattenthecurve. In many countries the danger of overburdening the health care system is much greater and is reached much faster.
Saving lives has never been so easy
You can literally save lives if you stay at home! Be aware of your responsibility and stick to loving those at risk ❤️ But from home you can save even more lives by donating for those who are most at risk.
With your donation, make it possible for doctors and nurses to do their job
Donations can be used, for example, to provide employees in health centres & clinics with gloves, disinfectant, soap and similar items. In addition, the dissemination of the correct behavior in public can be strengthened through education and thus prevent further spread. Help is being provided all over the world, but especially in countries where their health system is being brought to its knees in such circumstances.
Unicef, the United Nations Children's Fund of the United Nations, helps in disaster situations worldwide and across all age groups. This includes combating the spread of the coronavirus. National action is taken in cooperation with governments, the World Health Organization (WHO) and other partners. In particular, Unicef provides assistance in countries with weakened health systems and limited capacities to cope with major disease outbreaks.