Warwick well-being company supports Warwick Hospital staff
They donated hand creams, face masks and lip balms
A well-being company based in Warwick has been supporting staff at Warwick Hospital.
Forever Living, which is based at Longbridge Manor in Warwick, is supporting NHS staff in Warwick Hospital and the surrounding areas with donations of its aloe vera based hand creams, face masks and lip balms.
Forever UK has donated its aloe propolis cremes, aloe bio cellulose masks and lip balms to staff at Warwick Hospital.
Sophie Lewis, who is an occupational therapist at Warwick Hospital, said: “The gifts really put a smile on our faces and felt such a treat, we are very grateful.
"Its means so much to gain recognition for our hard work as occupational therapists working with Covid-19. Thank you Forever Living.”
Bob Parker, Forever’s country manager for the UK and Ireland said: “We’ve all seen the ravages caused by PPE equipment on the faces of our NHS staff working long shifts so selflessly, as well as constant handwashing causing sore, dry hands, lips and faces. We just had to be part of the response in donating products.”
Forever Living has also been donating products to other hospitals in the midlands area including; Queen Elizabeth, Heartlands, and Good Hope Hospitals in Birmingham and George Eliot in Nuneaton.
The company have also supported Birmingham Women’s and Children’s Hospital, which is Forever’s chosen local charity for 2020 and Forever staff will also be supporting it with fundraising activities over the coming months and into next year.
Forever Living has also set up an online donation button on its retail platform to support NHS Charities Together.
For more information please visit https://foreverliving.com/gbr/en-gb/home