Help Us Protect Key Workers! vehicle safety screen

by Eleven Project in Morley, England, United Kingdom


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We are looking to raise money to help businesses keep the wheels turning during Covid-19! Keeping drivers safe by fitting safety screens.

by Eleven Project in Morley, England, United Kingdom

We have been working to support businesses across the UK to keep the wheels turning throughout this pandemic. 

our safety screens are used to separate passengers and drivers in the vehicles. 

Businesses that need to keep working to help us live our lives may be staying 2 meters apart when working but what about when they are travelling? 

This is a new service for us but we have adapted quickly to help as many businesses as we physically can. 

What we look to achieve! The money raised through the crowdfunding page will go towards a machine that will produce the safety screens making it more efficient and faster meaning we can help more businesses sooner. 

What businesses will this affect?

- Taxi driver transporting key workers

- Welfare vans (Highway maintenance) 

- Utility services vans (Gas, electric, water etc) 

- Council services such as Bin Motors 

All of this service requires more than one individual to travel in the same vehicle and we are here to help them protect themselves. 

We are also helping small restaurant and food suppliers by converting bespoke catering vans, refrigerating vans so delivery services can still go ahead. 

We are doing all we can to help businesses but we need some support too! 

We appreciate everyone's help and support and we thank you on behalf of the Eleven team and all the businesses and individuals we are helping through this time.


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