Parcels group gives funding and logistics support to initiatives helping medics and children.

Face masks donated to 18 Polish hospitals, a portfolio company in Poland, is supporting a range of programs that focus on the needs of medical professionals across the country, as well as underprivileged children and young people.
Lack of personal protective equipment has proved to be a problem in Poland, as in many countries impacted by Covid-19. The parcels group, which owns the prominent InPost brand, has so far donated 109,000 face masks to 18 Polish hospitals. Integer has provided logistics support to the #poMOCnaMaseczka initiative, aimed at purchasing ventilators for the County Hospital in Myślenice and the children’s ward at the Stefan Żeromski Specialist Hospital in Kraków.
The company has also provided logistics support to the #DrukarzeDlaSzpitali program, supplying 200 free deliveries and cardboard boxes to the initiative, in which volunteers have produced protective equipment on their own 3D printers. Integer has also offered delivery support to engineers attempting to produce a new ventilator using 3D printing techniques, under the VentilAid concept.
To aid the Polish medical system effectively triage patients, including those with possible Covid-19, mobile admissions areas, called CareBoxes, have been designed. These mobile units are safe, sterile spaces that allow health professionals to receive patients without putting themselves at risk, and are invaluable to hospitals and medical facilities that operate on a limited budget. InPost has committed to fully fund one of the 10 planned CareBoxes, which will be up and running in early May.
Two initiatives to help children through school closures have received Integer’s support. While lessons have moved online, not all pupils have access to computers. The #DajżeKompa program has been fighting digital exclusion, urging people to donate their unused computer equipment to children in need.
To promote a healthy lifestyle and good nutrition, Integer has become involved in the Foundation’s initiative to deliver healthy snacks to disadvantaged children. The company has funded 50 free packages, each containing around 12 healthy products, during the lockdown. is the largest operator of parcel locker networks in Europe. In Poland, Integer provides locker and to-door delivery and logistics services for e-commerce.