As the global Covid-19 crisis continues to impact the planet both commercially and socially, it is heartening to see businesses in the hardware and construction sectors come forward in support of our medical and healthcare personnel by donating essential supplies.
Below are examples of just some of those activities that should be commended, and encouraged.
Portwest donates batch of PPE to Healthcare sector
“Another batch of Portwest PPE products being delivered to a number of healthcare facilities, nursing homes and hospitals this week. Over €100,000 of stock has been donated to take care of all our fabulous doctors, nurses and public workers. We are so proud of you all.”
ABC Abrasives supports Beaumont Hospital in PPE Shortage
“Today we contributed to our friends and heroes in Beaumont hospital some well-deserved hampers and thousands of PPE gloves. Help support our frontline HSE staff.”
Origo Shows their support to HSE Staff
To show our support to the amazing HSE staff during this difficult time, we have donated all of our stock of protective equipment to help protect and keep them safe.
General Hardware Supplies Donates Equipement to Listowel Community Hospital
We were delighted to provide Listowel Community Hospital with PPE safety gear free of charge today. We’d like to commend them on all the work being done on the frontline and also all those doing likewise. Stay safe, stay apart.
Tegral says “Thank you!” to Essential Workers
Due to the cancellation of an event as a result of the Covid-19 restrictions Tegral were left with ten luxury hampers worth €100 each, which the team went on to donate to 10 nominated essential workers through a recent Facebook campaign. The hampers went to healthcare workers (including nurses, midwives and paramedics), and to supermarket staff, who were all nominated by their friends and family through Facebook.
Quinns Building Products Support the Front Line
Throughout Quinn Building Products and Quinn Packaging, we have donated all of our PPE stocks to various departments and wards in both South West Acute Hospital in Fermanagh and Cavan General Hospital and a number of local care providers. This includes face masks, safety glasses, white overalls and gloves. Quinn Packaging have also donated plastic PET sheet to Magherafelt based Bloc Blinds for use in the manufacture of disposable face shields. The company hope to be able to produce 22,000 face shields per day which will provide vital direct splash face protection to those bravely working on the front line against Covid-19. Thank you and best wishes to all those healthcare workers and support staff
working so hard to beat this virus.”
Etag thanks Frontline Workers
“We recently donated masks and other PPE products to a local hospital. We would like to thank all our frontline workers` for their dedication.”
Wavin teams up with Chadwicks
If your business is undertaking similar activities please let us know by contacting Aoife Kinsella at email@example.com.