Новини компаній 12:37 05 Sep 2023

Esculab Laboratory offers blood testing for donations to support Ukrainian soldiers

The Esculab medical laboratory offers to purchase a blood testing package, "Check-Up for Donation."

All the proceeds will be directed to producing dry soups and porridges for the Ukrainian military, Rubryka reports.

What is the problem?

Ukrainian soldiers on the front lines do not always have the opportunity to set up a field kitchen, so food has to be delivered from other places. It is quite problematic to deliver hot food. In those locations with a kitchen, there may not be time to prepare a full lunch or breakfast due to the proximity to the front line and the risks of shelling.

What is the solution?

To give defenders the opportunity to prepare hearty, nutritious, and balanced food anywhere, the Esculab medical laboratory established a charity fund that produces dry food: borscht, soup, breakfast, and energy bars.

From one 700-gram bag of dry food in 30-40 minutes in the field, you can prepare up to 10 liters of ready-made food, which is 20 full portions. The nutritional value of energy bars is 800 kcal, which can replace one meal.

To encourage Ukrainians to take care of their health and have the opportunity to produce dry food, the laboratory launched a charitable program, "Check-Up for Donation." The program includes the most important laboratory tests to check the general condition of the body: general blood test, thyroid-stimulating hormone, glucose, and six indicators for liver examination. One donation is 30 delicious dinners.

How does it work?

The charity program started in August and will continue until the end of 2023. You can buy Check-Up for Donation on the website of the laboratory or in any branch of Esculab in 9 regions of Ukraine, namely Ivano-Frankivsk, Lviv, Chernivtsi, Zakarpattia, Khmelnytskyi, Ternopil, Rivne, Volyn, and Kyiv.

Thanks to this initiative, Ukrainians can check their health and help purchase the necessary products for dry food production. After completing the program, everyone will receive a vegetable pin as a reward for helping the defenders. A vegetable set of five different pins can be exchanged for a UAH 1,000 gift certificate for tests.

The charity fund of the Esculab laboratory has already donated almost 2 million portions of borscht, soups, breakfasts, and energy bars to the front lines. Esculab has two goals: for the Ukrainian nation to be healthy and for soldiers to be strong and invincible.

Earlier, Rubryka reported about the "Knitted Things for Soldiers" project, how its activities have developed since that time, what Ukrainia defenders' current urgent needs and what the "Volunteer tree" is for.

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