The Tor Vergata Polyclinic embraced the Christmas atmosphere as it inaugurated the lighting of the Christmas tree on Wednesday, December 6th, at the main entrance of the Hospital.
A gift to which Revée Srl contributed by deciding to make its own support, in the true spirit of Christmas, by funding the Christmas tree at the Roman hospital. The goal is to bring comfort to patients, their families, and medical staff. In a time where solidarity and hope are more crucial than ever, Revée chooses to be the messenger of a festive and positive atmosphere in the hospital, sending a message of hope to those who may not be able to spend the holidays peacefully at home.
«The Christmas tree doesn’t represent only the Christmas tradition, but it symbolises the strength of solidarity and hope – says Stefano Borgia, CEO of Revée Srl – We hope that this small gesture can bring some comfort to those in need».
The lighting of the Christmas tree took place yesterday afternoon in front of the main entrance of the Tor Vergata Polyclinic. That day was brightened by the musical entertainment of Giuseppe Del Vacchio with the participation of Carmine Rapuano in the role of Santa Claus, bringing smiles to the little ones.
Particular attention was dedicated to the fight against breast cancer, with the choice of a pink-decorated tree in collaboration with the Breast Unit. This choice raises awareness about the importance of breast cancer prevention and early diagnosis.
«We are proud to have been able to support the Christmas tree initiative. It is a decision that strengthens our commitment to supporting the well-being of people. We hope that the Christmas atmosphere is also felt inside the hospital», concludes Borgia.