Elite offset donates goods worth Ksh 2 million to police officers in the fight against COVID-19 pandemic

Elite Offset Directors, Harshit Shah and Pravin Pindoriya (far right) donating goods to police officers at the Athi River boarder point

Elite Offset Ltd has donated goods worth KES 2 Million to aid in the fight against COVID-19 pandemic. The goods comprising 400 packs of foodstuff and 40,000 pieces of surgical masks were donated to officers manning the Athi River border point.

The surgical masks according to the company will help the police officers in their interaction with drivers especially truck drivers and those classified as essential service providers while the food will help feed the police officers and their families.

Speaking while receiving the donation, the senior assistant to the Inspector General of Police Ms. Miriam Muli expressed her gratitude to the firm for their generosity and well wishes to the police officers. “I would like to thank Elite Offset for thinking about us, as frontline workers in this fight against COVID-19. The foodstuff donated will be given to our officers who have to work till late and sometimes get home when shops are closed and cannot be able to purchase food for themselves and their families.”

To aid in the fight against the pandemic, Elite Offset Ltd. has also invested in a 100 million pcs per year surgical mask production facility.

“We recognize that for us to fight this pandemic, we all must join hands and participate where we can. By investing in this production facility, more than 100 families will benefit from the employment opportunities that will be created, said Mr. Harshit Shah, Elite Offset Director.