Snowdrop Independent Living provides 700 Christmas gifts for selfless care workers
Mobility retailer Snowdrop Independent Living has announced that it will be distributing 700 gift bags to carers working over the Christmas period in recognition of their invaluable, selfless work.
As a retailer of mobility aids, Snowdrop says that it understands the sacrifices that carers make every day and hopes its small reward will thank these “unsung heroes” for all their hard work.
Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, carers have been doing invaluable work, the mobility retailer notes, selflessly taking care of people who are housebound or shielding. While their efforts were recognised during the ‘Clap for Carers’ sentiment in the first lockdown, Snowdrop Independent Living says there is still more that can be done.
To praise their hard work, Snowdrop will be distributing Christmas gift bags to carer workers. The gift bags are designed to make life easier for carers who cannot take a break over Christmas.
They consist of an “Anywhere Tea Break Kit” – containing a travel mug, sachets of tea and coffee, biscuits, a trolley token – and a number of other items to help carers take a break on the go.
Phil Batchelor, Owner of care agency franchise Home Instead in Cardiff, commented: “Being a caregiver is a very rewarding but challenging job. I know our clients and their families are extremely grateful for what they do. It’s great to see caregivers being appreciated by other businesses like Snowdrop!” ”
Snowdrop Independent Living Marketing Manager Sophia Wu explains why the company is keen to show its appreciation for carers.
“I worked as a carer myself before joining Snowdrop as Marketing Manager,” she said. “I think all the carers who provided care this year deserve more recognition than ever!”
Any care worker can request a gift bag by emailing Snowdrop Independent Living via the website or by visiting one of the branches.
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