#Covid-19: Italian Rossi Group Donates €300,000



“It is an unprecedented emergency. Nobody can remain indifferent ”. Edoardo Rossi, President of the Rossi Group,has declared after he donated a sum of three hundred thousand Euro for the fight against Covid-19 in Italy.


Rossi Group had intervened with his construction companies in the railway sector in support of initiatives to combat the Covid-19 health emergency.


In a solidarity marathon, the group mobilises not only the employees of GCF and Gefer, but the entire supply chain of suppliers, collaborators, professionals and companies connected in any way to the Group.

A substantial donation of € 300,000 has already been donated by the Rossi Group to the Policlinico Gemelli Foundation which manages the Columbus Presidium transformed by the Lazio Region into a Covid Hospital Regional in support of Spallanzani Hospital in order to strengthen the front line of the regional health challenge against the pandemic.


The Rossi President is also pushing to involve the entire sphere of people who are part of the GCF and Gefer companies as workers, managers, executives or in various ways – professionals, consultants, partners, suppliers, in a collective momentum of direct and solidarity commitment.

For this reason, it has launched a subscription that in the coming days will aim to raise additional funds to be allocated to doctors and patients of the Agostino Gemelli University Hospital with the aim of supporting the enormous efforts put in place to set up the new Columbus Covid- 2 Hospital with 59 intensive care beds and 80 single beds, ready to welcome and treat patients with Coronavirus.


The Policlinico Gemelli Directorate had earlier seeks help by launching an appeal for solidarity: “We urgently need significant volumes of individual protection devices such as surgical masks, FFP2 filter masks and FFP3, Tyvek suits, safety glasses, ventilation systems. They are devices of heavy consumption, both in our hospital and in Columbus, and we urgently need them to be destined for patients. Just as we need every support that allows us to face the costs for equipment, the upgrading of beds, the increase in qualified nursing and medical personnel. “

The Rossi Group responded with huge enthusiasm: “For a production company like ours – underlines Edoardo Rossi – who for seventy years has been working on the construction of railway connections to unite places and people and which has maintained a style of organization and family management- is not only an ethical duty but almost an instinct to connect our people’s propensity for solidarity with the generous, tireless dedication with which principals and health personnel are spending themselves in Rome as in the whole country for the good and health of all. At a time like this, I am sure that everyone will be able to do their part. “

The solidarity marathon will remain open for three weeks. From Monday 23 March it is possible to offer your support contribution on the dedicated bank account of the Deutsche Bank IT89V0310403223000000820148 in the name of GCF – Generale Costruzioni Ferroviarie, indicating the reason “GCF Covid-19”.

Starting from March 31st, every Tuesday the amount collected during the week will be donated to the Policlinico Gemelli Foundation,the group noted.

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