Innovecs Joins the Fight Against COVID-19

March 21, 2020 2 min read

Today, Innovecs has decided to create the “Innovecs COVID-19 Fund” in the amount of 1,500,000 (one million and a half) hryvnias to fight COVID-19 in Ukraine. The funds will be directed to support the initiatives that combat coronavirus in Ukraine, as well as to ensure the safety of the company’s employees and their families.

We are working closely with all the relevant organizations that coordinate efforts to overcome the coronavirus. We are also considering the medical institutions’ need for material and financial resources. And we are ready to provide expertise and resources and contribute to combating the COVID-19 pandemic in Ukraine.

A change for the better only happens when we cooperate actively. And many businesses have already joined the COVID-19 charity initiative. But the problem is not just the money. Another challenge facing us today is a rapid action in procurement and logistics. Therefore, during the quarantine and pandemic, Ukraine needs the experience that businesses have and their ability to self organize quickly. Thus, the actions will bring results where they are most needed.
Alex Lutskiy Innovecs Co-founder and CEO,
Innovecs Co-founder and CEO

Also, starting from March 16th, 2020, Innovecs has switched to remote working mode. We continue to provide services to clients as planned. Given the ongoing COVID-19 scenario, working from home is a measure that can secure our team’s safety and help reduce the transmission of COVID‑19. 

No one knows exactly what will come, but every person and business can do its part in stopping the spread of COVID-19. Stay at home, share expertise, contribute and be a socially responsible business. Let’s unite to fight the coronavirus outbreak together, and we will emerge stronger together.


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