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A gift from Arran to Jura | Delivering 200 Care Packages to the Isle of Jura

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Giving back to our local community is at the heart of what we do. In times of need, it’s vital that we pull together to support those around us. Both the Isle of Arran and Jura are well-known for their community spirit, which is why we partnered with Jura Whisky to gift over 200 residents on the Isle of Jura with a selection of our hand care essentials to help provide support during this uncertain time.

One of the least densely populated islands of the Inner Hebrides, Jura has just 212 inhabitants and has been closed to visitors since lockdown measures were announced in Scotland at the beginning of March. While it has been necessary to protect these remote communities, easing the pressure on essential health services, travel restrictions mean there are limited opportunities for islanders to shop for necessities like toiletries.

That's why we have teamed up with the Jura Distillery to distribute 200 care packages to residents on the island of Jura. Each care package contains one of our new Hand Cleansing Gels, five of our Formulas Grapefruit & Shea Butter Soaps and one of our Formulas Mandarin & Mint Body Lotion.

Both the Isle of Arran and Jura are well-known for their community spirit, which is why we partnered with Jura Whisky to gift over 200 residents on the Isle of Jura with a selection of our hand care essentials to help provide support during this uncertain time.

Residents on the Isle of Jura will receive a care package with our hand care collections

Our CEO, Kevin Meechan, said:

“Arran and Jura are well known for their community spirit. We understand the challenges that lockdown restrictions are posing for some of the more isolated communities, which is why we’ve teamed up with community champions and our partners at the Jura Distillery to distribute over 200 care packages. These items will be gifted to the local community as well as the key people leading the front-line effort to keep the coronavirus at bay. This is our way of saying thank you for their hard work and dedication to keeping these secluded spaces safe.”

Though the current climate presents challenging situations for many of us, we will continue to search for ways to support our local community and key workers during this uncertain time. It's in our nature. 

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