SKOKIE, IL -- NAPCO, Ltd. (North American Polymer Company), a national manufacturer of refinishing coatings and chemicals for bathroom and kitchen refinishing and training company, recently donated several items to help the Chicagoland community respond to the novel Coronavirus pandemic.
“The NAPCO family is more than grateful for the opportunity to help our community during these times. Now, if not more than ever, is the time when we all need to come together, so to speak, and to help one another,” said NAPCO president, Dani Nichols. “NAPCO and our refinishers are in the business of rebuilding, so we’re pleased to share what we have, in this time of need. We encourage everyone to check with their local communities to see what they might be able to assist with or donate to help our brave and dedicated front line responders.”
With all the donations thus far, NAPCO has donated a total of 200 Tyvek full-coverage suits, 70 boxes of nitrile gloves and more than 30 N95 masks to Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center where these items are desperately needed; a total of 65 gallons of Isopropyl Alcohol to Midwest Hand Surgery Hospital and the Cook County Jail of Chicago were also supplied. The Cook County Jail is one of the largest jails in the community with the growing concern of the spread of COVID-19.