SOME ACTIONS BY CEPSA AND FUNDACIÓN CEPSA TO SUPPORT THE FIGHT AGAINST COVID-19
Cepsa has delivered personal protection equipment (goggles, gloves and coveralls) to the health management areas of Huelva and Campo de Gibraltar of the Andalusian Health Service (SAS), to contribute to the protection of health personnel in hospitals, as well as close to 5,000 blankets to different hospitals in the Community of Madrid.
Donation of aviation fuel for the transfer of medical personnel and material in Spain through the NGO "Aviación Sin Fronteras".
Support in Madrid for the temporary hospital at IFEMA through the Campo de las Naciones service station, offering free washing, coffee, bottled water and snacks to health workers, taxi drivers, and members of the Military Emergencies Unit (UME).
Delivery of free food products for healthcare and transportation professionals at our service stations (30,000 Danone products and 6,000 Kaiku products).
Donation of 1,500 protective masks for medical personnel in Wuhan, China, and blood donation campaigns in the country.
Workers at the Tenerife Refinery donated close to 80,000 euros to 30 non-profit organizations in Tenerife that are working to deal with the COVID-19 crisis.
Cepsa and Fundación Cepsa professionals contributed to reinforcing the food bank campaign to cover the needs of the most vulnerable groups facing COVID-19. Donations in the amount of €320,000 were made to the Spanish Food Bank Federation, enabling the purchase of 480,000 kilos of food to respond to the health emergency affecting the most disadvantaged people due to the pandemic. Specifically, the contribution made by Cepsa professionals and Fundación Cepsa, gave over 3,200 people access to food for two months.
Fundación Cepsa and Fundación Persán collaborated to provide a donation of 180,000 euros, jointly financed by the two foundations, which enabling the supply of 180 tons of detergent for laundry and home care. Thanks to this collaboration, 18,000 vulnerable families affected by the COVID-19 crisis in Seville, Huelva, and Campo de Gibraltar benefited.
As part of its corporate volunteer program, Voluntas, Fundación Cepsa launched several online volunteer actions to provide support to the elderly and sick. Cepsa professionals thus collaborated by offering support by telephone, an initiative started by Cáritas, and sending encouragement cards promoted by the organization NadieSolo.
Contribution of 20,000 euro to the Programa de Garantía Alimentaria (Food Guarantee Program) run by the council in San Roque (Cadiz), which were used exclusively to buy new products and non-perishable food. In particular, it helped the families left most vulnerable by the COVID-19 crisis.
Donation of various medical materials (gloves, hydroalcoholic gel, masks, surgical gowns and caps, etc.) in the areas of Colombia where we work: Aguazul, Maní and Tauramena.
Donation of 10,000 euros in fuel cards in Portugal for the delivery of food to vulnerable families.
Together with the Huelva City Council, and in collaboration with the Virgen de Belén Catering School and other third sector entities in Huelva, Fundación Cepsa contributed to the maintenance of the emergency kitchen to meet the needs of families affected by the COVID-19 crisis.
In coordination with the Portuguese Federation of Food Banks against Hunger, Fundación Cepsa provided emergency assistance in the form of food deliveries to families impacted by COVID-19 who were left without work or income.
Fundación Cepsa in Algeria donated medical supplies to the Ministry of Health and Population in the Ouargla province in order to help manage the health crisis caused by the COVID-19. 500 COVID-19 rapid test kits, 25,000 units of latex gloves, 5,000 surgical masks and 95 containers of hydroalcoholic gel were delivered.
Fundación Cepsa in Portugal donated 5,000 euros in fuel for the "Cama Solidaria" project. This is a solidarity movement, created by the marketing agency UppOut, aimed at putting private RVs at the service of healthcare professionals so that they could rest during their long shifts. This project already has more than 3,000 volunteers and 600 RVs.