Full Support Healthcare Donates More Than 33.8 Million Items of PPE to Good Causes
Leading Personal Protective Equipment supplier, Full Support Healthcare, has donated a staggering 33.8 million items of PPE to schools, charities and good causes since the start of the pandemic in 2020.
Items donated include:
- 30.7 million Type II face masks
- 2.9 million Type IIR surgical grade face masks
- 240 thousand Face Shields
Notable donation recipients have included: The Salvation Army, International Mercy Ships, the Ummah Welfare Trust, the Big Issue Foundation, the Hygiene Bank, Northampton Town Football Club, Mountain Rescue England & Wales, Ida Bass (the Gambia), the Jarrett Foundation (Jamaica), and numerous schools and universities based in the UK.
“A huge thank you to Full Support for their generous donation of 800 boxes of face masks to our project! They have been delivered to Community & Schools Partners, including @HOF, @HomestartMedwy @Medway_Foodbank & they are all very grateful for the support #EndHygienePoverty” – The Hygiene Bank, Medway
“In total, the [Full Support] donated 40,000 face masks to us, which is incredible. So, as well as helping our own operations at the charity, it has enabled members of the public, who visit us at the James McGuire Building in Barrhead, to access free masks, and working closely with the local schools, like Barrhead High and St Luke’s High, it will allow the pupils and staff access as well.” – Include Me 2 Club
“We are very grateful to Full Support Healthcare (Wellingborough) who have, kindly, donated a few thousand face masks to Thomas’s Fund. This will enable our Music Therapists to work as safely as possible when they manage to return to face-to-face sessions.” – Thomas’s Fund
“This is a wonderful community gesture from Full Support in Wellingborough and we are very grateful for their support.” – Northampton Town Football Club
“Like many developing countries, Jamaica is struggling to secure vaccines. Therefore, our primary defence against COVID19 is social distancing, washing of hands and the wearing of masks. This donation is just what Jamaica needs now, as it tackles new variants from abroad.” – The Jarrett Foundation