During the current Covid 19 crisis supporting local communities and the NHS has never been more important – and Kall Kwik centres across England have stepped up to the challenge, printing cards, scrubs patterns, signage and supplying plastic for visors.
Since the lockdown, Kall Kwik centres have been working behind closed doors to fulfil as many customer orders as possible whilst at the same time using their design and print expertise to help others in any way they can.
Examples of this include Kall Kwik centre owners at Leatherhead, Staines, Weybridge, Uxbridge, Windsor and Banbury who have printed out and personally delivered free A0 size dressmaking patterns for Love of Scrubs regional coordinators, whilst Kim Edwards at Kall Kwik Northampton has been printing food container labels for a local chef who has been cooking and distributing meals to vulnerable residents.
At Romford, owner Sorcha Thomson has been printing Frontline Hope card packs for local artist Helen Yousaf, and in Banbury, Duncan and Rebecca Lynchsmith have been supplying plastic sheets to a local school making visors for the NHS. In Sevenoaks, Kall Kwik owner Mark Doust printed signage for a Covid 19 Assessment unit set up at a local independent school.
Said Nigel Toplis, managing director of Kall Kwik : “Being in business isn’t all about making money and looking inwards. Kall Kwik has been a feature of the UK Hight Street for over 40 years, and we consider ourselves to be very much at the centre of the communities we serve. Charitable involvement has always been an important part of each centre owner’s ethos, so at a time like this when everyone needs to step up and help out, I am delighted to see these and so many other Kall Kwik centres finding innovative ways to do their part in the battle against Covid 19.”