At Endesa, we want to contribute to alleviating the social and economic consequences of the Covid-19 pandemic. During the health emergency, we activated a Public Responsibility Plan with measures to provide the health sector with resources and financial donations to help cover basic needs of special importance.
Now the most critical phase of the pandemic is over, we are activating the second phase of the plan, with measures aimed at promoting the country's recovery and helping the most vulnerable. We want everything to work again, but without leaving anyone behind.
The Public Responsibility Plan that we are carrying out to alleviate the social and economic consequences of the pandemic is endowed with €25 million, which is shared between the two phases of the Plan:
- The first phase was activated in March, when the unprecedented healthcare emergency resulting from Covid-19 required immediate aid measures in our country. The investment of twelve million euros in the direct purchase of medical equipment and donations to public and private institutions devoted to fighting the pandemic has contributed to alleviating that pressing initial need.
So far, almost 200,000 vulnerable families have been cared for with the contributions from Endesa, its Foundation and employees through micro-donations.
- In the second phase, which we activated in June, we are tackling a challenge just as important as the first: the socio-economic recovery of our country and urgent aid for the most vulnerable.
The measures of this phase revolve around two axes: