We’re so proud to share with you, just some of the stories from our team members about what they are doing to support their local communities through the Coronavirus crisis.
One of our regional maintenance technicians, Paul Wilkinson, has joined his local blood bikers to deliver vital supplies to nursing homes in his local community. Like many of our colleagues, he’s also been delivering essential supplies to vulnerable neighbours.
Account Manager, Matt Archer, came up with the idea of donating our spare iPads not being used during this time, to St Helena Hospice in Colchester for its inpatients to use to stay in touch with their family and friends. Visiting has been reduced due to the virus risks so Matt worked with our fantastic IT team to get the iPads up and ready for people to stay connected to their loved ones.
Our stores and logistics team took the initiative to review all of our PPE stock to see what could be useful for the NHS and subsequently made a delivery of essential gloves, masks and goggles to the East Suffolk and North Essex NHS Foundation Trust in Colchester.
We were also delighted to support our partners at Essex Cricket, who are doing some fantastic work delivering meals to NHS workers across Essex. We were glad to be able to help out with the loan of our Cloudfm vans to make these deliveries.
And of course, we mustn’t forget our frontline heroes who are working in the field to keep buildings and people safe. As part of our new partnership with Chiltern Rail, our team are working hard to help keep the UK moving and ensure key workers can travel as safely as possible.
As always, we’re so proud of team Cloudfm who are really pulling together during these challenging times. Thank you to each and every one of you.