- FCA Bank and its Leasys subsidiary together with ANPAS against the Covid-19 outbreak.
- Leasys will make available to ANPAS’s member associations 130 Fiat and Jeep vehicles that are part of the Leasys Mobility Stores fleet.
- The vehicles will be used by volunteers to deliver medicines, food and other necessities to people in difficulty, and by healthcare operators involved in the national emergency to move rapidly.
FCA Bank and its Leasys subsidiary take action to help the community to fight Covid-19, by providing concrete support to ANPAS, the National Public Assistance Association. Leasys made available to volunteers 130 of its fleet vehicles to contribute to face the national health emergency.
Thanks to the extensive presence of Leasys Mobility Stores in Italy, the one thousand centres of ANPAS’s member associations, engaged throughout the country, will be able to rely on sound support in their daily deliveries of food, medicines and basic necessities to people who can’t get out from their home.
ANPAS will have 130 vehicles that can be used also to deliver swabs to hospitals and to drive personnel involved in safety operations such as doctors, nurses, aid workers and volunteers.
“In times like these, when a major effort is required of all of us, receiving concrete help from FCA Bank and Leasys is useful not only from an operational point of view, to deliver our services in a more effective manner, but is most of all a moral and ethical recognition for our action, which makes us feel even closer to our communities in this emergency”, said Fabrizio Ernesto Pregliasco, ANPAS’s National Chairman. “On behalf of our one hundred thousand volunteers, our history and the communities that we will serve, I wish to thank from the bottom of my hearth FCA Bank and its valuable employees, who are sparing no effort in their support to try to get out of this situation as fast as possible and more united than ever. THANK YOU”.
“We wish to thank very much ANPAS and its volunteers who spend every day at the service of the community with great courage and altruism. We really hope that these vehicles can provide great support to their generous and valuable work”, said Giacomo Carelli, CEO of FCA Bank.