It’s no surprise many industries have been hit extremely hard during this pandemic, it could be said that charities and businesses who rely on fundraising and donations are suffering the most, unable to carry out their normal activities and seeing a huge drop in donations from the public.
Buy Hospice is one of those charities who have been massively affected. They’re an important part of the local community, they have a team of specialist who offer supportive palliative and end of life care as well as provide helpful and comforting information to both patients and their families.
They’re also a charity who hugely rely on donations to carry out crucial day to day operations, which include jobs like keeping their kitchen up to date and safe for their staff.
Here at NWCE Foodservice Equipment, we have kindly donated our time and equipment to carry out a free full service to all the hospices catering and refrigeration equipment. The equipment was also issued with full certifications to show the compliance.
Kris Odling, one of our engineers who carried out the service said, “My brother Ben Odling and his business partner Matthew Hopkinson are happy to donate our services free of charge. It is a local hospice, which is facing a fundraising shortfall during the current crisis. We wanted to help.”
The team at Bury hospice have commented “A huge thank you to you all at NWCE Foodservice Equipment for carrying out our essential maintenance and service work that our hospice kitchen needs. Your engineer worked around our kitchen staff in order to get the work done without disrupting the mealtimes of our patients”.
In unprecedented times such as these, it’s important to remember to support local charities and businesses who may have been affected more than others in the lockdown period.
To support Bury Hospice and find out more about the amazing work they do, please visit https://buryhospice.org.uk/
And for more information on NWCE or any of the services their engineers carry out, please visit https://www.nwce.co.uk/