Calling upon the crypto community

Thanks for having the interest and taking the time to visit us and learn more about what we are doing, and perhaps how you can help us!

How can you help

Why we need your help

We’ve all read about the difficulties getting personal protective equipment (PPE) to frontline medical staff, with world leading countries struggling and competing with each other for supplies. It’s been intense, with overpriced, fake and even ‘ghost’ supplies putting immense pressure on an overstretched, finite supply chain.

Many governments and international aid organisations worldwide didn’t have funding in place for this unexpected event. Not only are they lacking PPE, they have conveyed that they are more worried about accessing basic medicines that could help treat critically ill patients who are suffering from the effects of SARS-CoV-2.

You can help to cover the gap in access to critical supplies, there’s an overwhelming demand, and we can’t cover all bases, but no matter how big or small, everything we do cover will save lives.

How we will be using your donations

It’s important to know that your money will be well spent, in an efficient manner.

As a wholly voluntary organization, RapidWard doesn’t have the overheads of other groups, we are a not for profit, and deal directly with manufacturers to make sure our work and funding goes as far as possible.

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    We’ve had extensive contact with groups around the world in need of aid

    We’ve already extensively vetted different organisations and understand their needs

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    We offer the most effective support for the situation

    Some organisations need us to source for them, while others need to cover costs from current suppliers. We discuss and understand gaps in their operations and give a relevant level of support that fairly matches their need

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    Different organisations have different needs

    A neonatal hospital might require more extensive PPE to prevent any infections among staff and the newest of little patients, whereas a small country might not have the funds to give all of their citizens masks, but have made decisions around the medication they require to fight off the smaller percentage of the most serious cases. We’ve encountered both situations and are using our time to allocate resources to give the biggest impact.