Crown Princess Katherine of Serbia officially handed over a donation worth more than 15,000 US dollars to the Institute of Oncology of Vojvodina in Serbia. The Crown Princess Katherine Foundation made this important donation in cooperation with the Stavros Niarchos Foundation in New York. The donation consists of eight infusion pumps that are used to precisely dosage drugs and fluids for the most seriously ill patients.
Zoran Radovanović, Director of the Institute, thanked Her Royal Highness for this donation and expressed his wish to continue such successful cooperation with her Foundation.
“The Stavros Niarchos Foundation is our long-standing friend and partner, with which we have delivered medical equipment worth more than one million dollars to several health centers in Serbia over the past years. Only this week, besides the donation in Novi Sad, we will also provide donations for the Clinical Center in Nis and the Institute for Oncology and Radiology in Belgrade, totaling over $100,000. For my humanitarian work, most important are individuals and organizations with a big heart. My foundation and I will continue our work to help Serbia’s healthcare system”, said Crown Princess Katherine upon the donation.
The Serbian royal couple has, for many years, been working to improve the situation of people experiencing difficulties The couple were in London at the start of February for another fundraiser. On that occasion, they participated in a charity cocktail and auction at the University Women’s Club in London to raise funds and awareness for the treatment of children with disabilities in Serbia. They also spoke to Royal Central’s Senior Correspondent, Oskar Aanmoen, during a charity dinner in London in February.
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