Playing Their Part

Playing Their Part

The Glasgow Warriors family of sponsors and partners has been hard at work to help front-line workers and those most in-need in recent weeks - we've highlighted just a snapshot of some of the great initiatives that have been taking place over the last few weeks.

SP Energy Networks

The club’s official community partner SP Energy Networks has
been keeping the lights on for 3.5 million customers across the country.

During the COVID-19 pandemic, their essential and critical
work to maintain and manage their resilient electricity network to keep the
power flowing will continue. Their operational engineers will still be visible
out and about across the country; however, please be assured this is because
the work being carried out is absolutely essential, and additional safety and
social distancing measures are in place.

Now more than ever, millions of people are relying on their
teams to power our homes, hospitals, care homes and supermarkets.

SP Energy Networks has also teamed up with Glasgow’s Golden
Generation to support the communities we serve, to help keep the Glasgow’s
elderly remain connected.

For those who might need a little extra help during this
time, you can sign up to SP Energy Networks Priority Services Register.
Customers can sign up here
or alternatively, text PSR to 61999

To keep up to date with what SP Energy Networks are doing to
ensure the power continues to flow, click here

Land Rover

One of several brands nationwide to be adapting their production models to help battle the ongoing pandemic, Land Rover have been hard at work to lend assistance to the NHS in recent weeks.

The Jaguar Land Rover production lines have been working on 3D-printed protective visors for key healthcare workers, with over 1,300 produced to date.


Official Kit Supplier to Glasgow Warriors, Macron have also been busy supporting front-line workers.

The Italian-based manufacturer is utilising it’s production capabilities to make protective equipment for healthcare workers, employing it’s Bologna distribution centre to circulate the equipment throughout Italy.

Harper Macleod

With the current government guidelines meaning an increase in the number of people working from home, one club sponsor has set up a unique way of ensuring their stakeholders and communities remain connected.

The Harper Macleod Home Room aims to provide a community hub, with a focus on mental and physical well-being alongside practical guides and tips for working remotely.

There’s even fitness videos from Glasgow Warriors’ own S&C coach Liam Walshe that can easily be followed at home.

Malcolm Group

Long-term club sponsors Malcolm Group have been making an impact at home and abroad, as the Glasgow-based logistics and construction company look to do their bit to help flatten the curve.

A donation of supplies was gratefully received by the Glasgow Royal Infirmary, whilst a Malcolm lorry was donated to Transaid in Zambia to help the distribution of medicine in the country.

University of Strathclyde

Strathclyde Sport have been ensuring that students, gym members and Glaswegians of all ages have been staying fit and healthy during the current lockdown, populating their social media channels with a host of workouts able to be completed at home.

Live lunchtime classes have been conducted on the official Instagram page of Strathclyde Sport, whilst weekly pre-recorded workouts across all social media channels are published every Wednesday.

The university has also listened to feedback from the gym team, with Strathclyde Sport now offering personalised pregnancy exercise support.

The Park Practice

Finally for this week, the club’s Official Partner The Park Practice has been supporting a host of organisations over the last few weeks.

The Glasgow-based dentists have been donating toothpaste, toiletries and personal protective equipment to charities across the city, including Kindness Homeless Street Team and Key.

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