Fusion PPE Donates Personal Protective Equipment to Retirement Homes Diligently Caring for our Loved Ones
On Wednesday, May 20 Fusion PPE founders Mark Rubino and Matthew Hurley delivered personal protective equipment (PPE) to Freedom Village at Brandywine Retirement Community in West Brandywine, PA. The donation was made in memory of Mark’s mother Camille Rubino who lived there for almost three years. John Brunner, the executive director at Freedom Village, and Greg Welch accepted the equipment on behalf of the community and its staff.
Lou, Mark’s father, was also present for the donation. He brought along a photo of his wife Camille, to symbolize her presence in the day.
This special moment is a reminder of our collaborative need to protect and maintain social distancing with our elderly loved ones who are most vulnerable during this time of Covid-19. The care given at Freedom Village is appreciated now more than ever. In these uncertain times, the staff in these communities is critical as they help to care for and keep our family members company during a time when we are unable to visit them.
Mark and Matt hope this donation of Microbe Safety Masks™, 3-Ply Disposable Face Masks, and Hand Pump Sanitizers will aid the staff in continuing to do their very important work. The Microbe Safety Masks™ donated are onesizefitsall with patented velcro ear loops. It is coated with an antimicrobial spray called “Microbcare.” This exclusive mask protects workers throughout the day when interacting and talking with the residents.
Mark Rubino learned of Freedom Village three years ago when his parents, Camille and Louis, were interested in moving into the community. They were immediately impressed by the facility and its workers. They selected an independent living apartment, and they always enjoyed the smiling faces and conversations with the Freedom Village team members!
Mark and Matt thank John and Greg for their strong leadership during this time, and for the kindness of the staff taking care of our loved ones!