QTS committed to community during COVID-19 uncertainty
Local company, and national rail infrastructure maintenance company, QTS Group, has pledged donations to foodbanks and charities across the UK during the COVID-19 uncertainty.
The organisations supported cover the areas in which the company has offices, including Leeds, Nottingham, Preston, Penrith, Drumclog and Malmesbury. Each of these help local families and individuals every week, with the number requiring help expected to increase due to the current crisis.
Alan McLeish, Managing Director of QTS, said:
“Everyone in society is being hit by this pandemic, but no more so than the most vulnerable in our communities.
“As a local employer and business, we wanted to be able to give something back to the community that could have an instant impact.
“The volume of individuals and families relying on foodbanks is only going to increase with the current situation, so we felt that making a monetary donation to these organisations would help to ease the pressure, even a little.”
The QTS Group is headquartered at Rench Farm, Drumclog. Monetary donations have been made to Hope Nottingham, The Malmesbury and District Foodbank, The Clyde, Avon and Nethan Foodbank, The Salvation Army, Penrith, Blackburn Foodbank and Leeds North and West Foodbank.