SOFTSWISS launches charity campaign for Brazil flood

SOFTSWISS launches charity campaign for Brazil flood

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SOFTSWISS launches charity campaign for Brazil flood

In response to Brazil’s greatest flood in history, SOFTSWISS has launched a multi-phase charity campaign.

This initiative intends to provide immediate assistance to individuals affected as well as long-term support for the region’s restoration, and it also invites industry players to join the project.

Rio Grande do Sul, a Brazilian state, saw heavy flooding at the end of April. Many urban regions are still flooded and experts predict the water is unlikely to recede soon. The humanitarian situation deteriorates on a daily basis as the weather worsens and food, water, and warm clothing shortages become more severe. The state and the general public, including businesses and individuals, are doing their best to assist.

Ivan Montik, founder of SOFTSWISS, said:

“Recognising Brazil as a key market, SOFTSWISS has dedicated significant efforts to establish a strong presence here. Our goal is to be a reliable partner to the Brazilian people and help the local industry grow. We now have employees in the region, and in light of the country’s recent hardships, standing aside is not an option. We are committed to supporting the people of Brazil during this difficult time.

We are providing emergency financial assistance, partnering with organisations that can swiftly deliver food, clothing, and water to those impacted by the flood. Additionally, we are developing a long-term initiative to install water purification equipment in schools in the affected regions.”

Given the seriousness of the situation, SOFTSWISS has set aside funds to provide individuals in need with necessities like food and gas. A local charitable organization called Movimento União BR is facilitating this emergency aid. Beyond providing short-term assistance, SOFTSWISS is dedicated to assisting Brazil’s long-term recovery.

The company has promised PWTECH further funding so that water purification systems can be installed in schools throughout the Rio Grande do Sul state’s impacted areas. This will give a long-term solution to secure access to safe drinking water not only during the current crisis, but also for future generations.

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