With its timely dose of love, once again the Matanzas branch of the Cuban Fund for Cultural Assets (FCBC) sheltered the Matanzas provincial pediatric hospital, an essential institution in the Cuban fight in favor of health and against the pandemic.
Directors and artists of the BFC once again showed their spirit of solidarity by donating essential supplies in their day-to-day life such as masks, overcoats, toiletries, office supplies, among other resources.
Excited, Dr. José Hernández, director of the pediatric hospital, thanked the human gesture in front of employees who have been offering the best of each for 16 months to preserve the lives of COVID-19 patients.
Thank you for everything you do for our children and the tranquility of the Matanzas family, said the commercial specialist of the FBC, Idalmis Castillini.
A figure of more than 20 thousand nasobucos, 1,400 sanitary caps, 274 protective masks as well as beds, overcoats and sheets are made by the creators in order to collaborate in the preservation of the health of health personnel, Félix García Ruau recently declared , director of the Matanzas subsidiary of the FCBC.
The leading role of the FCBC in the Cuban fight to save lives is typical of a group like this, which is Vanguardia Nacional. “Thank you on behalf of the trade union movement for such authentic altruism,” said Osmar Ramírez Ramírez, general secretary of the Provincial Committee of the Trade Workers Union in Matanzas.