Osborne Park business helping MSWA members stay cool in summer

MSWA's Sue Shapland and Tie Chilly director Gary Maynard.
MSWA's Sue Shapland and Tie Chilly director Gary Maynard.

AN Osborne Park company is helping people with multiple sclerosis deal with the summer heat.

Tie Chilly donated 150 of its neck coolers to MSWA, which supports people with neurological conditions including MS, Parkinson’s disease, acquired brain injuries and motor neurone disease.

MSWA general manager Sue Shapland said the organisation was thankful for the donation, which it handed out to members.

“We recommend cooling products for managing the effects of heat for people with MS in particular,” she said.

Tie Chilly director Gary Maynard said he was proud to support local people as part of the business’ Cool Communities social value program.

“The neck coolers, with Australian-made cooling technology, should really assist those in need, helping them stay cool as the temperatures start to rise,” he said.

The coolers usually sell for $9.90 each.