CRV, Gruppo Mastrotto donate 100,000 euros to Fondazione San Bortolo

CRV, da Gruppo Mastrotto 100.000 euro per Fondazione San Bortolo

Italian leather industry strives to support the struggle against Coronavirus outbreak. In the region of Veneto, Gruppo Mastrotto publicly announced a meaningful solidarity project. Primarily, they supplied a 100,000-euro donation in aid of the Fondazione San Bortolo Onlus, a non-profit organization. On top of that, they also implemented a health insurance for their employees.

The donation

“Money funds allocated by our company – they pointed out in a press release – are going to support Fondazione San Bortolo”. They are “a non-profit association, which is actively committed to collecting funds for the benefit of Vicenza hospital”. The group therefore wanted “to supply a tangible contribution to support the struggle against Covid-19 health emergency, by donating 100,000 euros to buy materials for the safeguarding of healthcare staff and medical equipment for the Vicenza San Bortolo Hospital”. The donation is part of a wider initiative: thanks to valuable support, provided by private citizens and companies, the Foundation has collected, so far, over 2 million euros.

The insurance

Gruppo Mastrotto have not only donated 100,000 euros to Fondazione San Bortolo. Besides that, they announced, “their own employees will benefit from a health insurance, specifically valid in the event of a Covid-19 positive test. Such insurance policy will not only provide a money compensation, but will also cover transport expenses from one’s own house to hospital or any other treatment destination”. Moreover, the insurance will also include “a medical follow-up after hospitalisation alongside some measures supporting the family management: among others, a personal domestic assistant, assistance in aid of underage kids and grocery shopping home delivery”.

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