Charities whose staff and volunteers need to wear a mask were greatly appreciative of a recent donation of Andatech’s disposable medical face masks and thermometers from the MedSense range.
The MedSense ASTM Level 2 face masks are entered in the ARTG listings and have been tested and meet ASTM F2100 Level 2 Requirements, the international standard for face masks. They boast high rates of bacterial filtration at ≥ 98% and particulate filtration at ≥ 98% at 0.1 microns.
Alkira Centre Box Hill, which has been providing services and support to people with an intellectual disability since 1954, received a bulk delivery of masks and MedSense TF01 Infrared Non-Contact Thermometers.
Alkira is an Aboriginal word for bright and sunny and for many it has come to mean ‘a happy place in the sun’.
The organisation offers a suite of services for adults with an intellectual disability. These include day service programs, activities and support within the community; further education and training opportunities beyond secondary school; homes in which people are supported to live with friends as well as respite accommodation for up to four people at any one time; opportunities and support to secure volunteer and work placements within the community; as well as after-hours recreational activities and supported group holidays.
Click to head over to Alkira's website.
Leading animal welfare charity, RSPCA Victoria, also welcomed delivery of MedSense medical face masks for employees and volunteers. The community-based charity works to prevent cruelty to animals by actively promoting their care and protection.
Across the state, RSPCA Victoria's community services include work undertaken by our Inspectorate, Animal Care Centres, Clinics and Education teams.
It operates Animal Care Centres across Victoria, providing refuge, care and new homes where possible to more than 20,000 animals every year. Its team of inspectors work to protect animals from cruelty, receiving more than 10,000 complaints every year, prosecuting offenders and rescuing animals from dangerous situations.
As a not-for-profit organisation, it relies on community support to carry out its work with more than 90% of our funding coming from the generous support of the Victorian community.
Click to head over to RSPCA Victoria's website.
Andatech is pleased to support charities that rely on donations to operate.
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