Gift of the Givers given R1,5 million to buy oxygen equipment

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The Willowton Group has donated R1,5 million to Gift of the Givers for the fight against Covid-19. Pictured at the handover are (left) Ismat Mahomed, CSR manager from Willowton Group, and Gift of the Givers founder Dr Imtiaz Sooliman.
The Willowton Group has donated R1,5 million to Gift of the Givers for the fight against Covid-19. Pictured at the handover are (left) Ismat Mahomed, CSR manager from Willowton Group, and Gift of the Givers founder Dr Imtiaz Sooliman.

The Willowton Group has donated R1,5 million to Gift of the Givers towards the purchase of oxygen equipment in the fight against the second wave of Covid-19.

Speaking during presentation at the Gift of the Givers’ Pietermaritzburg head office, Willowton Group CSR manager Ismat Mahomed explained that the donation would be used to purchase urgently needed HFNO machines.

“These oxygen delivery systems are life-savers for many Covid-19 patients and are the most sought out device for critical intervention. They have the capacity to deliver between 60L to 100L oxygen per minute in emergency settings equipped with bulk oxygen tanks.

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