Employees, residents, shop and business partners of Porto Montenegro superyacht marina and nautical village have raised the sum of 40’500 EUR, which was doubled by the parent company Adriatic Marina, resulting in total donation of 81’000 EUR to fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.
Aware of challenges that health system is facing in this relentless battle against time, the family-owned company Petite Geneve Petrović has joined fund-raising in time of uncertainty and humanity in Montenegro too.
Recognizing the importance of the moment, Petite Genève Petrović has donated 10’000 EUR to this joint humanitarian action, as a message of support to fight for the most valuable, human lives.
The donation has been passed to the National Coordination Team for Infectious Diseases, the body formed by the Government of Montenegro to provide a coordinated campaign against pandemic within Republic of Montenegro.
With this donation, Petite Genève Petrović follows the philosophy of Porto Montenegro management team which is “to build and sustain a close-knit, empowered and caring community, which is demonstrated again the power of collaboration and strength of community that reaches far beyond the nautical and tourism boundaries".
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