Friday 4 December, 2020

Woodbrook company donates sanitisation station to Cancer Society

Photo: Director, Crisp Clean Maintenance Managing Director, Jevon Maynard (left) and General Manager Trinidad and Tobago Cancer Society, Kevon Cox (right).

Photo: Director, Crisp Clean Maintenance Managing Director, Jevon Maynard (left) and General Manager Trinidad and Tobago Cancer Society, Kevon Cox (right).

In honour and recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Woodbrook-based Crisp Clean Maintenance has donated a fully equipped sanitising station to the Trinidad and Tobago Cancer Society (TTCS).

Crisp Clean Director Jevon Maynard was on hand to deliver the customised sanitising station to TTCS general manager Kevon Cox last Friday.

Speaking at a brief ceremony at TTCS’ head office at Dundonald Street, Port of Spain, Maynard dubbed the gift, which has a hands free sanitiser dispenser and electronic temperature reader, the “Pink Station.”

Maynard said as a sanitisation and hygiene company, Crisp Clean has fully embraced the duty it now holds, especially as the country continues to grapple with the COVID-19 pandemic. 

The Company Director revealed this was not their first corporate outreach, having donated thermal scanners and a sanitiser pump to the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service, as part of the “I Support Our Services” ISOS campaign. 

Commenting on the donation, TTCS General Manager Kevon Cox said he appreciated the donation, as the Society continues its own personal outreach for those in need, despite the difficulties brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Cox added he was delighted with the customised station, adding it was a vital tool for all stakeholders in the fight against cancer and the coronavirus.

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