Living in such unprecedented times means that we all have to adapt and change to the circumstances in which we currently live.  As a business cited as ‘Essential’ by the Government we have changed our operations, ensuring staff safety whilst continuing to deliver much needed anti-bacterial wall protection and handrails to the healthcare and care sectors. But we’re also supporting our local communities too, as people and their protection, are at the very heart of what we do.

That’s why we’re supporting the National 3D Printing Society by making frame shields for keyworker PPE, donating individual hand-sanitisers to Doncaster and Bassetlaw Hospital Trust, as well as Doncaster Care Homes including Cantley Grange and, why we’re supporting Hallam FM Cash 4 Kids charity to make sure children and their families in South Yorkshire don’t go without essential items such as food.  And, why we’ve answered the call by a local charity, The Balby South Community Engagement Society, who is urgently needing funds to continue supporting the elderly during lockdown by the provision of food and essentials parcels.

“As an SME navigating this uncertain time, we have to remember what is most important and that is protecting people, our parents, grandparents, children and neighbours,” said Sarah Barsby, Intastop HR Director.  “We implore all able business to look at their immediate community those right on their doorsteps who may have watched their business grow from afar and, support them in anyway possible.  There are many national charities doing exemplary work to keep us safe but, our local charities need help too, please use your resources in any way to support all people at this time of need.”