Further to our blog post last week reporting Sheridan Lifts helping in-need residents with a food drop, we received a request from Manchester City Council regarding a vulnerable tenant who needed our help with a delivery.
She was told she would be waiting 4 weeks for an online delivery slot, and even her carers are not currently in work to be able to provide help and support for her. Step in Sheridan Lifts!
We were only too happy to oblige, dropping off a food parcel for her this week – and here she is upon receipt of it.
Our Service Account Manager Lewis Gordon commented:
“This request came directly off the back of our blog publication from the council, and I was able to gather a shopping list for the lady and head out to the Co-op, observing all safe distancing guidelines, to collect these items for her”
Amongst the items were essentials like bread, milk, potatoes, tea bags and soup.
“For me this is what my job is all about, not just the day to day account management, but to be able to actually directly affect someone’s life through my work, well… it’s just so rewarding to be able to do something good in these terribly unsettling times.
Also, as a business, I know that we will continue to be reactive and help and support our affected tenants in any way we can during this period and beyond”
You can see why Lewis is so popular here at Sheridan’s and why he gets such great accolades from our clients and tenants!
You can read more about Lewis here when we interviewed him for our A Day in the Life profiles, and you can also meet some more of the Sheridan Lifts team here.