The Pompéia Hospital was founded in 1913 by a group of 26 women from Caxias do Sul, who came together to complete projects for the community. Since then, the “Women of Charity,” as they came to be known as, have not stopped. Today the hospital is modern and dynamic, which combines the Catholic spirit and technological vocation at all times.
On April 12th, the Pompéia Hospital in Caxias do Sul started to receive new colors on its facade via the project Tudo de Cor para você. The expectation is that the paint on the building will be completed by August this year and will impact thousands of people who pass by the hospital. The colors used to paint the outside of the hospital, which turns 100 in August 2013, are: Grey Wire, Silber Feather, and White Ice.
“I am very proud to be a sponsor of the project. I have the pleasure to contribute to the revitalization of a place as important to Caxias do Sul as the Hospital Pompéia.”
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