New wave of fundraising actions, Delyan Peevski donated another BGN 300,000 to 18 hospitals

UniCredit Bulbank and Shell Bulgaria donated BGN 100,000 each, Lukoil provided 20,000 litres of fuel for ambulances

Delyan Peevski

Across Bulgaria there has been a surge in donations amidst the battle against coronavirus, Nova TV reports. According to information provided by hospitals across Bulgaria, lawmaker and publisher of Telegraph Media Delyan Peevski donated another BGN 300,000, the TV said.

Thus, so far Peevski is considered the most generous among donors in Bulgaria. He donated a total of over BGN 1,6m within the last week alone, commented the TV channel and reminded that the lawmaker has already provided gratuitous aid for the big hospitals in Sofia worth of over BGN 1,3m.

His new donation of BGN 300,000 is meant for 18 medical institutions in smaller provincial towns, as the hospital in Stara Zagora received BGN 54,000, Pazardzhik hospital – BGN 48,500, Blagoevgrad hospital – BGN 46,000 while the hospitals in Gotse Delchev and Razlog received BGN 42,500 each. Other 13 hospitals received donations for a total worth of BGN 66,500 from Delyan Peevski.

UniCredit Bulbank and Shell Bulgaria have donated BGN 100,000 each to the hospitals countrywide. Lukoil-Bulgaria provided 20,000 litres of fuel for ambulances.

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