Following the recent surge in Covid 19 infections, Superfoam has once again made mattress donation to a children’s home in Kahawa West – Umbrella of Homes for Orphans and Vulnerable Children under their corporate social responsibility program.
The home has had trouble balancing the comfort of the children while guaranteeing their safety from Covid infections. This is especially with the tight ministry of health safety precautions that include social distancing and functioning hygiene facilities.
“We realize the importance of quality sleep and bed hygiene for children at this time. There is a correlation between a child’s development and their sleep hygiene. Superfoam wants well-rested and healthy children as the school calendar resume.” Anurag Shah, Head of Sales -Superfoam ltd.
“The mattresses we have are in poor condition, and we fear that they will compromise our children’s health. As a result, we have not yet fully implemented the ministry of health recommendations. This donation has come at the right time. We have just started the school term, and we really wanted them to concentrate better in class without worrying about covid 19 or their sleeping conditions” Said Mr Recahb Boaz, the director of the home.
The home was established in 2017 to help mitigate the rising cases of orphaned children in the Kahawa West Villages. It has since grown to accommodate 35 children.
“We want to ensure that vulnerable children’s physical and mental well-being is catered for while also protecting them from Covid infection. We are aware of the risks poor state of mattresses can have on these children, therefore, we are determined to offer solutions that improve their living conditions. – Meeraj Shah CEO – Superfoam Ltd
Superfoam, which has been manufacturing mattresses and providing sleeping solutions for the last 37 years, will continue helping at-risk children as the school term resumes.
Superfoam Ltd is one of Kenya’s Largest Mattress Manufacturers and has been operational for over 37 Years.