Date: Thursday 18 June 2020
Two care providers have received care packages and donations of personal protective equipment (PPE) from our Oxfordshire team.
The team procured a range of resources for The Order of St John’s Care Trust and Home Instead Care. Both companies have multiple branches across the region, and Taylor Wimpey Oxfordshire helped by providing face masks and gloves, along with care packages of jigsaws, and games.
Patsy Just at The Order of St John’s Care Trust said: “We’d like to thank Taylor Wimpey for their kind donation. PPE is essential to maintain the health, safety and wellbeing of our residents and employees in our homes and we always ensure we have plenty of stock available for distribution. We use around 65,000 aprons a week in our Oxfordshire homes alone so this donation certainly boosted our stock levels.”
Tracey Morley at Home Instead Care, said: “Thank you to Taylor Wimpey for their PPE donation. We were also delighted to receive a huge range of puzzles, games and DVDs for us to share with our clients to help with entertainment during times where they have to stay at home. The donations have been gratefully received by our clients, and have helped us ensure that they have plenty to keep themselves occupied with whilst remaining in their own home. This support really shows how we are all pulling together to help each other in times like this.”