Banca March organises a second trip to bring Ukrainian refugees to Spain
22 April 2022 Category: Banca March
A group of Banca March volunteer employees will set off this Sunday to deliver bare essentials and travel back to Spain with the Ukrainian families.
- A group of Banca March employees will travel to Poland this Sunday to deliver bare essentials and bring back a group of Ukrainian refugees, who will be hosted by Fundación Madrina.
- The bank has set up an account (ES86 0061 0029 1617 2521 0110, message: Ukraine) to help raise funds for this second trip and cover the future needs of the people arriving in Spain.
Faithful to its unwavering philosophy of Shared Growth with customers, employees, shareholders and society as a whole, Banca March has launched a new initiative to take humanitarian aid to Poland and help bring back Ukrainian refugees to Spain, who will be hosted by families coordinated through Fundación Madrina.
A group of Banca March volunteer employees will set off this Sunday to deliver bare essentials and travel back to Spain with the Ukrainian families. Banca March will bear the transport, medicine, accommodation and subsistence fees throughout the journey, thanks to anonymous donations that individuals and companies have paid into the account set up for this purpose and which is still open: (ES86 0061 0029 1617 2521 0110, message: Ukraine). These funds will be used for this second trip and to meet the future needs of the people who have come to Spain.
The journey will made by bus and van to bring 45 women, seniors and children from Ukraine. In Poland, the first stop will be in the city of Wrocław, where all of the humanitarian aid collected will be delivered. Once the essentials have been delivered, the journey will continue on to Warsaw, where Fundación Madrina has arranged for the Ukrainian families to be collected to start their journey to Spain. Once in Spain, the Foundation will place them with their host families.
Over recent years, Banca March has run numerous volunteering actions in which all employees have become involved. On this occasion, the response of Banca March employees has been enthusiastic and the number of volunteers for the journey, the contributions of bare essentials to take to the border with Ukraine and the donations for purchasing the materials needed have exceeded all expectations.
The necessary items that are being requested from the border areas and Ukraine mainly include food, medical supplies, vitamins for women and children, sleeping bags, blow-up mattresses, blankets, tinned foods, pasta, oil, coffee, towels, bars of soap, shower gel, underwear, socks and nappies.