Greek textile company Pennie has donated reusable cotton masks to the doctors and nurses of four hospital units in Greece, aiming to support the people that are currently fighting in the frontline to curb the Covid-19 pandemic.
“With a sense of social responsibility, Pennie wishes to support the medical staff of various hospitals in the country, that work relentlessly to defeat the spread of the virus,” the company said.
“Apart from masks, Pennie offered much more to people: confidence and hope that together we can always overcome every obstacle. In these unprecedented situations we are experiencing, Pennie proves that together we can always do our best… We continue moving on, always together and guided by the sense of common good.”
Based in Athens, Pennie is a leading company in the Greek textile sector since 1975. It offers a vast range of products including bed sheets, duvets, throws, curtains, mats, towels, bath robes, knitwear, and many more related products. A range of curtains and carpets in a variety of sizes has been recently added to their collection.