Nadeem Ashraf, project lead for As-Suffa in Walsall, said ”
it will be tough but the month of Ramadan is about understanding what it’s like to go without. 40 meals per day for 30 days in a row will be provided to the Walsall homeless.
10ft up to
40ft, theres plenty of room for storage. But a more in depth idea would be to consider using a refrigerated container (also known as “Reefers”) if they wanted to keep the food fresh. To make it a bit easier, they could use a converted container and treat it as a catering unit. We have made
several catering units before, and here are a couple that we have previously done.
What other ways could we look at helping the homeless? We could consider creating homes from containers. This would require a bit of fundraising, but its more than possible. An average one bedroom bungalow is about the equivalent size of 4 x
20ft containers. We recently supplied a customer with some
flat pack units to build up their own home. We can even create hotels from containers. Travelodge is one of the most well-known hotel companies, they created a hotel made entirely out of prefabricated containers. If you would like to enquire into how containers can be used to benefit others, please contact us on 0333 600 6260.
Blog Post Written By Jessica Archer at Lion Containers Ltd