Updated: Feb 2
These are difficult times for us all. We've had to make massive changes to our every day lives to prevent the spread of this awful disease, hoping that some day soon, life will resume some normality. But what about now ... today? What about those vulnerable people who still need transport?
Behind the scenes, Warnerbus has been trying to help.
Driving quality in all that we do
For the elderly, disabled and sick, life was scary enough before COVID-19. Today it's terrifying. Warnerbus has a fleet of converted minibuses and has offered assistance to the Government to help the needy and vulnerable. Be it essential grocery shopping or an urgent hospital appointment, we are here for the less fortunate.
Reacting to difficult situations with compassion
Last week one of our customers desperately needed a wheelchair accessible vehicle for their disabled and sick residents. Naturally, we wanted to help. After trolling from chemist after chemist, we finally managed to buy some sanitiser, which was essential as the minibus had to be safe from the spread of coronavirus. Once the minibus was delivered, then sanitised, we provided remote and distance safety training to the carers. The relief they felt was incredible. We felt pretty incredible too!
Although we are not essential key workers or one of the thousands of volunteers helping others, we are proud of our contributions to Society too. I guess, like so many businesses large or small, we care. And, we always will.