Team Laniado Saddles Up for the GICU
Team Laniado are preparing for Ride London-Essex taking place this Sunday on 29 May. Simon Silver, Laniado CEO, will be joined by three more budding cyclists for the 100-mile bike ride. The riders will start at Victoria Embankment, cycle through the heart of London, and neighbouring Essex along traffic-free roads and will end their ride at Tower Bridge.
Team Laniado have been training hard and will be raising money for the new General Intensive Care Unit at the hospital. Thanks to significant support from UK and International donors last year, the funds raised enabled the hospital to quadruple the size of the department, from 250sqm to 1000sqm and increasing the number of beds from six to 24.
Now that the department has been built, the dedicated and committed doctors and nurses who are on the front line of the GICU, are in desperate need of your help, to equip them with vital medical equipment so they can save more lives.
Laniado Hospital was born out of the vision of the Klausenberger Rebbe zt’l, a holocaust survivor, who made a vow that if he was to ever survive the war, he would build a hospital committed to the sanctity of life - preserving life at all costs - regardless of race, religion or gender. Today, Laniado strives to continue the legacy of the Klausenberger Rebbe, the caring and committed doctors and nurses treat each patient as if they were a member of their own family.
To help Team Laniado reach their goal and to show your support, you can make a donation here - https://ridelondon.enthuse.com/pf/simon-silver.