Louis Poulsen Donates KN95 Masks to Assist in Combating COVID-19

The lighting brand is donating 1,000 masks to health professionals and first responders in South Florida.

04/28/2020
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Louis Poulsen, the Danish lighting brand with its U.S. headquarters in Weston, FL is donating 1,000 KN95 masks to the Cleveland Clinic Weston, and other local health professionals and first responders in South Florida.

“We are immensely grateful to our community partners and companies such as Louis Poulsen,” said Rodolfo Blandon, MD, President of Cleveland Clinic Weston. “We are humbled by their generosity and willingness to provide support during the COVID-19 pandemic. This donation will allow us to continue meeting the needs of our patients and our community safely and effectively.”

As the COVID-19 crisis evolves, Louis Poulsen is committed to protecting the health and safety of its workers and community. The KN95 masks are in demand by local and state authorities across the country. This donation of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) provides the caregivers at Cleveland Clinic Weston with the tools they need to protect themselves while living up to the clinic’s guiding principle of “patients first” healthcare. 

“In this unprecedented crisis, Louis Poulsen is concentrating on not only keeping our staff safe, but also the heroes of our community who are on the frontlines fighting this virus,” said Kent Pedersen, President & CEO, Louis Poulsen USA. “Since its inception, Louis Poulsen has always sought to design lighting and enhance lives, and this meaningful donation is an extension of our philosophy and aims to save human lives.”

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