Exela Donates $27K of Medical Equipment to Children’s House

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Exela Donates $27K of Medical Equipment to Children’s House

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by Lauren Cahn

On August 28, the Center for Early Diagnostics and Therapy of Children with Hearing Impairments in Belgrade, Serbia (“Children’s House”) held a ceremony during which Exela proudly donated $27,000 worth of medical equipment purchased using the generous donations of Exela employees. Expressing her deepest gratitude, Dr. Sandra Stojanovic, the Director of Children’s House, noted that although Children’s House continues to face many challenges, the donated equipment will make an enormous difference.

Find out all about the work Children’s House is doing for children with hearing impairments.

The donated equipment includes both a brand new audiometer and a brand new typanometer. It was raised through the Exela’s #ExelaGivesBack philanthropy program, under which Exela matches employee charitable donations dollar for dollar. The portion attributable to the efforts of Exela employees was raised in connection with the 42nd Palisades Will Rogers™ 5K & 10K run held on July 4, 2029. Our hope was to raise $15,000, so we are absolutely thrilled with how this turned out.

Note:

Exela’s global presence (basically, we’re everywhere) means two very important things to us. One is that we are wherever you need us to be to advance your digital journey. The other is that we care. We care about people and the work we do. And we care about the future of planet earth and the people who live here. Through our #ExelaGivesBack philanthropy initiative, we turn caring into action.

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