The record 100,000 euro amount of donations raised during the charity campaign “Help children to be born!”, organised by Colonna Charity Foundation and East Tallinn Central Hospital, was used for purchasing a state-of-the-art time-lapse incubator, which will increase the probability of having a child for the families struggling with infertility from the current 35% to as much as 50%.
Colonna Charity Gala raised a record amount of 104,000 euros in donations for enhancing infertility treatment
This year, just above 104,000 euros were raised at the Colonna end-of-year charity gala. The donated amount will be used for purchasing a modern time-lapse incubator for the Infertility Treatment Centre of East Tallinn Central Hospital and financing other projects of Colonna Charity Foundation.
The charity campaign “Help save a life!” organized by the Colonna Charity Foundation in cooperation with the Maternity Ward of East-Tallinn Central Hospital raised a record amount of 90,680 euros for aiding new-borns. A 30,000-euro share was used for purchasing the LifeStart neonatal resuscitation unit for very premature babies for the Maternity Ward of East-Tallinn Central Hospital, and 45,000 euros were donated to the maternity wards of three Estonian county hospitals for purchasing CTG monitors.
This year, a record amount of 64,000 euros was raised at the Colonna end-of-year charity gala, which will be allocated to the charity projects initiated by Colonna.
The first to receive financing is the Maternity Ward of East-Tallinn Central Hospital, which is going to purchase a neonatal resuscitation unit for very premature babies.
On Wednesday, a donation of 68,465 euros raised following the initiative by the Colonna real estate investment company was handed over to Pelgulinna Maternity Hospital, which will use the funds to buy a new neonatal resuscitation table.
A record amount of 50,000 euros was contributed by private donors at the Colonna end-of-year charity gala, which will buy a new neonatal resuscitation table for Pelgulinna Maternity Hospital.