Corporate citizen donates personal protective equipment to the prison’s work force

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With the recent effects of the COVID -19 pandemic at Her Majesty’s Prison, Eye Mobile Vision Care has stepped forward as a good corporate citizen to donate personal protective equipment (PPE) to the prison’s work force.

 

Mrs. Ariel Withy, Supervisor of Eye Mobile Vision Care Inc. presented the items on Thursday 6th May 2021.

She commented on the donation stating the company’s excitement on this “At Eye Mobile Vision Care, we are always happy to give back to our community. With the crisis currently being faced by the prison, we thought it quite timely to make this donation, in our efforts to contribute to the prison officers’ healthcare. With the ongoing battle against the pandemic, safety remains a priority within our society.”

 

The donation was made possible through the company’s charity I Can See Foundation

 

Pauline Charles, Junior Prison Officer accepted the PPE on behalf of the Acting Superintendent, Jermaine Anthony.

 

The healthcare package includes the personal protective equipment (PPE) of 100 face shields and 24 safety glasses. 

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5 COMMENTS

  1. Thank you Eye mobile for doing your part for the nation in battling this virus

  2. The governemnt should make a list of companies that have voluntarily given during this pandemic and give them big public thank you on Independence Day and also make sure they are listed as prefered supplier to do busienss with in all government and statutory department and compamies

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