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We are working to help the community by offering our makers services to provide much-needed items and equipment. Currently focusing on 3D printed PPE for the NHS and Health Care Staff.

 

WHAT HAVE WE ACCOMPLISHED SO FAR?

Community Makers is achieving more with our initiatives than ever before. We work on many exciting projects and look forward to more projects in the coming weeks and further.

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PPE FOR THE KALEIDOSCOPE PROJECT

We have sent multiple shipments out to the Kaleidoscope Project's various facilities that needed critical PPE during this crisis. Great to be able to help.

PPE FOR NHS CRITICAL CARE

PPE printed by us and delivered by our friends at CC Express Logistics. These were to be used by Stockport Critical Care.

 

GET INVOLVED

Make a Difference

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KNOW SOMEONE THAT NEEDS PPE

Get us connected with those that need us the most. If you know anyone that is in need of 3D printed Visors or Ear Defenders please get them to contact us.

FOLLOW US ON SOCIAL MEDIA

Keep up to date on the various projects we are involved in and don't forget to Like, Share and comment.

MAKE A DONATION

Help Us to help Others, all funds raised will go towards various community efforts and Projects.

 

REVIEWS

 

Mark has been a huge help to the Kaleidoscope Organisation. He has provided over 120 visors to the detox practitioners, nurses and substance misuse workers . These visors have been vital to our staff during these very difficult times , they have allowed staff to work closely with service users during detoxification from drugs and alcohol . It can be a difficult process during detox for service users as they need medical intervention and at times personal care may be required . Staff and service users need to remain safe at all times , the visors have enabled us to continue to give high quality care at Birchwood residential treatment centre. Mark has worked 24/7 to improve care standards and save lives , he should be very proud of how many peoples lives he has changed and the difference he has made . Thank you from Birchwood and Kaleidoscope Project

Jo Moore

 
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