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Alliance Healthcare donates over 12,000 items of personal protective equipment to charity workers in Leeds

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03.03.2021

Alliance Healthcare donates over 12,000 items of personal protective equipment to charity workers in Leeds

 

At Alliance Healthcare, we are very proud of the ongoing commitment of our colleagues to support their local communities.

 

Most recently, team members at our Leeds Service Centre came to the aid of a community charity, The Real Junk Food Project, when it was in need of vital personal protective equipment (PPE) for its volunteers. 

 

The charity aims to reduce the amount of food entering landfill by redistributing surplus items from supermarkets and restaurants to food banks and primary schools and those in the community in need of it. 

 

Overall, 12,000 face masks and gloves were donated to the charity, a three-month supply, to enable its volunteers to continue making up hampers of surplus food items and deliver them to local residents. 

 

In addition, a home delivery driver from our sister company Boots delivered some of the hampers on behalf of The Real Junk Food Project to residents in south Leeds. 

 

Well done to everyone involved!

 

Alliance Healthcare employees with donations next to van

 

From left to right: Ben Gower and Ross Stones