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Industry donations help children’s specialist healthcare Trust reopen safely
The James Hopkins Trust, a respite centre for very severely disabled and life-threatened children who live in Gloucestershire, has recently been faced with the challenge of reopening its doors as the Covid-19 situation comes under control.
The Trust has been delighted to recently receive donations from Thomas Stuecken, chairman at OspreyDeepclean and Ron Gore, managing director at Barrier Healthcare. Thomas was able to donate a new steam cleaning machine and fogging devices along with Greyland chemicals Spray and Wipe Ultra disinfectant.
Ron was pleased to donate PPE packs for more than 100 families whose children attend the Centre.
"It's been a huge relief to get this sort of support from people who really understand about our need to get the highest levels of sanitation as we care for some of the most vulnerable children in society,” says Sarah James, the charity manager.
“We'll be using the equipment for a deep clean of the premises before we open and daily after that.
“We were also able to make up small hampers of goodies which included a PPE pack - the families were so pleased to receive them and many took to Facebook to share their thanks".
Ed: If you’re yet to be convinced fn how useful a steam cleaner can be in a healthcare environment, watch the short video, which also shows the many handy attachments and what they can be used for, at:
25th June 2020