IRISH beauty treatment company, Thérapie Clinic, has donated its entire supply of hand sanitizer, gloves, masks and paper rolls, worth over €50,000 to hospitals and nursing homes across Ireland and the UK.
Taking to social media to make the announcement, Thérapie said the company was happy to do anything it could to help with the fight against Covid-19.
“At Thérapie Clinic we want to do everything we can to help during this crisis.
"Today we're donating all of our hand sanitizer, gloves and paper rolls to Irish and UK hospitals. Our CEO Phillip McGlade is doing today's first drop off,” they stated.
Staff have been busy dropping off the much-needed supplies around Dublin, delivering to hospitals such as Naas General Hospital, St James’s and St Vincent's and will be delivering supplies to Cork University Hospital this evening.
In a message to frontline workers, the business thanked healthcare staff for their sublime efforts.
“We cannot thank the frontline staff enough for putting their lives on the line for our country's health. We're beyond grateful.”
Thérapie Clinic, run by Irish siblings Phillip McGlade and Katie McGlade, has 31 clinics across Ireland and the UK, including one on Opera Lane.
Thérapie Clinic has been in business for over two decades and specialises in laser hair removal and aesthetic treatments.
Mr McGlade is appealing to other companies who may be in a position to donate any personal protective equipment to consider doing so.
“I was in some hospitals today and they are desperate for supplies. I urge everyone to donate what you can,” he said.
“Your country needs you.”