Convoy of Hope has delivered a large supply of P2/N95 face masks to Frank Vickery Village that will be distributed across Wesley Mission’s services to be used as personal protective equipment by Wesley Mission staff.
Convoy of Hope had received significant stocks during the bushfires as the masks are also effective for smoke and other airborne particles.
“These masks were donated from Direct Relief to Convoy of Hope and we’re so happy to be able to give them to people who are providing care in this crisis. We love what you are doing at Wesley Mission,” said Joel A’Bell, Pastor of Revitalise Church and representative of Convoy of Hope.
Aged Care Centre Manager at Wesley Vickery Sylvania, Birgit von der Hocht took delivery of the 3,500 masks on Friday, thanking the Convoy of Hope crew who unloaded the masks from their Response Team ute.
Procurement Manager, Mark Speechly will oversee the redistribution of masks to Wesley Mission locations.
Learn more about Convoy of Hope’s global humanitarian work: https://www.convoyofhope.org/