Tuesday, August 11, 2020
Health And Welfare

BIC supports healthcare workers through donating millions


BIC began simply, with a vision and a pen. Today, the stationary company is manufacturing personal protective equipment (PPE) and donating more than R26 million worth of writing instruments, colouring products, and razors to support local communities, hospitals, children and the homeless across the globe.

In South Africa, BIC has recently supplied thousands of pens, pencils and razors to the state hospitals that are under the most pressure as a result of COVID-19. “This is a simple way in which BIC can make a meaningful contribution while offering a gesture of thanks for the tireless effort and work of health professionals,” said Lillian Henderson, BIC Marketing Director South East and Central Africa.

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