Reale Group and Reale Foundation take their first concrete steps to help those working to fight the emergency and support Coronavirus research.
This is an emergency that threatens us all, in Italy and beyond. Reale Group and Reale Foundation are taking concrete action to support those on the front line.
Reale Mutua has donated € 5 million to contribute to cover the needs of Italian health care facilities with specific measures in response to the emergencies having to be dealt with day by day.
Playing a tangible role right from the start, Reale Foundation, the corporate foundation of Reale Group, immediately activated its own Emergency Protocol, launching support measures to deal with the impacts of the ongoing pandemic.
On this page you can read about all the actions we have taken!
Reale Group also supports Sicilian healthcare in tackling the Covid-19 emergency and donates 90,000 Euro to the Garibaldi Hospital in Catania for the purchase of medical devices such as multi-parameter monitors, lung ventilators, portable pulse oximeters, as well as other medical devices for the emergency’s management. A concrete action that provides an adequate health care for those who show the most serious symptoms of the Coronavirus’s spread.Go to the project
The early detection of Coronavirus infection seems to be increasingly crucial both in promptly intervening and in limiting the spread of the virus. For this reason, in Piedmont, a region amongst the most affected by the emergency, Reale Group has decided to donate 600 Covid-19 tests to the Piccola Casa della Divina Provvidenza in Turin to be completed in the Analysis Laboratory of the Cottolengo Hospital.Go to the project
Reale Group’s real commitment is also embodied in Puglia, where the spread of Coronavirus is currently progressing, and for which 90,000 Euro have been donated for the purchase of 2 devices for blood gas analysis and 2,000 masks for the Complex Operative Unit of Infectious Diseases at the Vito Fazzi Hospital in Lecce. A first concrete testimony of Reale Group's closeness to the population of the Puglia Region.Go to the project
Reale Group continues its concrete support actions to counter the COVID-19 emergency by donating 60,000 Euro to the Intensive Care Unit of the Parma University Hospital for the purchase of 63 infusion pumps. A concrete action to overcome an increased chance of providing adequate health care for those who show the most serious symptoms of the Coronavirus’s spread.Go to the project
Reale Group supports Sardinian healthcare in dealing with the Covid-19 emergency and provides the Santissima Annunziata hospital in Sassari a new control unit and a multi-parameter monitor. A concrete aid to help in the treatment of patients affected by the Coronavirus.Go to the project
To address the Covid-19 emergency, one of the actions promoted by the Reale Group relates to supporting hospitals with the availability of various medical materials. For this reason, Reale Group has decided to donate 50,000 Euro to the non-profit Dynamo Foundation for the purchase of such medical material to be distributed to hospitals in the Sardinia Region.Go to the project
Reale Group has decided to make a contribution for the purchase of two ozone therapy generators and a defibrillator monitor for the helicopter rescue at the University Hospital of Udine. Ozone therapy generators are particularly useful in the early treatment of COVID-19 patients. The defibrillator monitor for helicopter rescue will instead contribute to the response in very serious situations.Go to the project
Reale Group also supports Veneto’s healthcare, severely tested by the Covid-19 emergency and donates 281,000 Euro for the direct purchase of 50 intensive and sub-intensive intensive care beds, as well as other medical devices for the emergency management in Hospitals of the Veneto Region.Go to the project
Reale Group'spriority objective is to support those who support. For this reason, among the actions aimed at making a contribution to countering the emergency COVID-19, there is the donation of two defibrillators to the Red Cross in Milan. A small contribution that wants to give a concrete testimony of the Reale Group’s closeness to all operators, volunteers and non-volunteers who have been working in recent weeks to fight the spread and consequences of Coronavirus.Go to the project
Piedmont is one of the regions most affected by the emergency and for this reason Reale Group has decided to support various actions put in place by subjects of the regional health care which is being severely tested by the Covid-19 emergency. Among these, there is the project of the non-profit Medicina a Misura di Donna that will provide 150,000 surgical masks for the Sant'Anna Hospital in Turin.Go to the project
To address the Covid-19 emergency, interventions at different levels are needed. One of the actions promoted by the Reale Group relates to supporting hospitals in the availability of various medical materials. Reale Group has thus decided to donate 50,000 Euro to the Alessandro Manzoni Hospital in Lecco for the purchase of medical equipment useful for all staff who counters the emergency caused by the spread of Coronavirus.Go to the project
Reale Group's concrete commitment is also achieved in supporting already ongoing projects. In this context, a donation of 50,000 Euro was made to the non-profit organization RUNFOREMMA & friends for the purchase of a complete bed unit in the new Intensive Care Unit of the Policlinico of Milan.Go to the project
To overcome the COVID-19 emergency as soon as possible, while it is having dramatic consequences for everyone, Reale Group has decided to donate 363,000 Euro to research for the study of a targeted vaccine. The support is aimed at developing an epidemiological study conducted by researchers of the Papa Giovanni XXIII Hospital in Bergamo.Go to the project
Reale Group continues to support Piedmont healthcare, currently put to the test by the Covid-19 emergency and donates new lung ventilators to the Martini Hospital. These new devices will help those most affected by the virus: those who are unable to breathe independently. A tangible initiative by Reale Group in a time of serious difficulty for everyone.Go to the project
Reale Group continues its concrete support actions to counter the COVID-19 emergency through the donation to the Policlinico Gemelli Foundation in Rome for the development of a MINI VIRUS BOT: a cutting-edge technology that allows the detection of the presence of viruses in hospital environments, thus identifying the presence of infected people in wards and emergency rooms and their immediate transfer to departments.Go to the project
Reale Seguros, within its package of urgent measures to help alleviate the situation of the groups most affected by COVID-19, collaborates in the disinfection and provision of medical equipment for healthcare personnel. In this first phase, and thanks to the collaboration with the NGO Grandes Amigos, the project has allowed a total of 6 residences in Madrid and Guadalajara to be disinfected.Go to the project
Reale Seguros will participate by financing a program of Banco Farmacéutico volunteers for the home delivery of medications to people with chronic treatments and patients with psychological / psychiatric treatment. It will be carried out in collaboration with DHL and the delivery area will be Vallecas (South of Madrid), which has also been affected by the slowdown in economic activity.Go to the project
Reale Seguros collaborates on a research project with the Research Institute of the La Paz University Hospital in Madrid. The goal is to classify patients with coronavirus at the time of hospitalization, in order to predict their evolution, as well as to propose treatment with immune checkpoint inhibitors, which block the entry of the virus into cells, for those with worse prognosis.Go to the project
The project is led by Hu-Ci (Humanizing Intensive Care) who hired 10 experienced psychologists who participated in 10 intensive care units in the Community of Madrid. Its function will be to psychologically support professionals, patients and families.Go to the project
A sum of 250.000 Euro was assigned to the Cotugno Hospital in Naples, an infectious disease centre in Southern Italy, which was provided with tools for emergency management, as well as medical materials necessary in this predicament.Go to the project
Reale Group offers its support to one of the most affected areas by the Covid-19 emergency in Italy, Lombardy, with the donation of 50 lung ventilators for one million Euro to the Humanitas Foundation for its centres in Rozzano, Varese and Bergamo.Go to the project
The FAST Triage“ First Assessment and Sequential Triage” is a system useful in In-hospital triage during large inflows of patients in cases of calamities or pandemics. Reale Group has decided to donate to the Emergency Department of the Policlinico Gemelli in Rome the Fast triage equipment, for one million Euro, with which it is possible to manage multiple cases, optimizing resources and providing an adequate response.Go to the project
One of the major criticalities of this emergency certainly concerns the insufficiency of intensive care units to treat patients with severe symptoms affected by Covid-19. For this reason, Reale Group has decided to purchase 30 new ICU beds and 10 multi-parameter monitors for various hospitals in Piedmont.Go to the project
Reale Foundation wants to make a tangible contribution to the Civil Protection of Turin through the supply of coveralls, shoes and medical material for volunteers. A concrete testimony to the closeness of Reale Foundation to all those who have been working in recent weeks to fight Covid-19.Go to the project
The support to the health services in such a critical moment also comes through as an equipment contribution of the most common hospital materials. For this reason, Reale Foundation donated 90,000 gloves and 500 lab coats to the Amedeo di Savoia Hospital in Turin. These are fundamental protective devices for all healthcare personnel that has been facing the Covid-19 emergency in recent weeks.Go to the project
The “Distance learning” project offers schools in Turin support to carry out live distance lessons but also 100 blocks of 100 hours of personalised lessons for students with special needs. Specchio dei tempi, Fondazione Agnelli and Reale Foundation have thought of offering tangible help in carrying out teaching activities, with the aim of both ensuring continuity of learning and leaving no one behind.Go to the project
Reale Foundation aims to support those who support. Among the actions put in place is the supply of equipment and medical material for the Turin Green Cross. The volunteers will be provided with coveralls, shoes and other medical material partly donated by Reale Foundation. A contribution that wants to give a concrete testimony of Reale Foundation’s closeness to all those who have been working to fight Covid-19 in the recent weeks.Go to the project
Reale Foundation donates € 3800 in sanitizing material to the Civil Protection of Codogno. The operation was coordinated by the Banco Farmaceutico association, which deals with the procurement and distribution of drugs in the local healthcare organisations. Shoe covers, thermometers and sanitizing gel to help and support civil protection operatorsGo to the project
One of the first actions that must be put in place to fight Covid-19 is prevention. Prevention also means providing protection tools for those who must guarantee a public service. Reale Foundation has donated 500 litres of sanitizing liquid to the Municipality of Turin to be distributed to all employees of this Municipality who are in contact with the public. The delivery and distribution of the material was possible thanks to Banco Farmaceutico.Go to the project
The “Bimbi sicuri” (Safe children) project allows schools in Turin that wish to receive an important kit for pupil hygiene and for the cleaning and sanitization of the classrooms, with a commercial value of 500 €. Specchio dei tempi and Reale Foundation wanted to offer a tangible aid for the resumption of school activities, equipping schools with those health facilities that will allow students to be safe.Go to the project
At a time like this, where the health alert in Italy is at the highest levels, special care must be taken with people for whom the contraction of the Covid19 virus can not only be lethal, but can exclude them from essential therapies for their recovery. Keep in Touch is a project that connects hospitals, specialists, primary care physicians, cancer patients and their families to ensure that therapies continue even when Italy stops.Go to the project
Reale Foundation has donated to the I.R.C.C.S. San Raffaele Hospital of Milan two lung ventilators to set up the new intensive care unit. Like other respiratory diseases, the new Coronavirus infection can cause severe symptoms such as pneumonia and breathing difficulties. The acquired equipment will remain in the hospital’s availability even after the emergency, thus guaranteeing full equipment for the intensive care beds.Go to the project