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A Ray of Hope by Natalie Whittaker Art - raising funds for the NHS
« Reply #1 on: April 21, 2020, 06:39:19 AM »
Posted on behalf of my Daughter in Law, who is raising funds for the NHS.......

A Ray of Hope by Natalie Whittaker Art £5.00

‘A Ray of Hope’ enamel badge - £5 pre order now for delivery end of May (+£0.99 P&P).

Please help me to raise money to support our NHS. I am raising money for the charity ‘Help Them Help Us.’

This charity has been set up with one main aim, to help our NHS staff through this terrible time by offering them physical and psychological protection and support.

Pre-order here:

Why and I doing this?

Well my mum is one of our NHS heroes. She works in a hospital within Greater Manchester and has come face to face with the harsh realities of Covid 19. She along with many others has been tackling the disease without any proper protection. They knowingly risk their lives every day to help and save others. Now these same men and women, including my mum, are themselves becoming infected. Luckily my mum is recovering but there are some who are not so fortunate.

The NHS staff need our help, we need to make sure that there is more PPE equipment being supplied for all of those in need. After all they cannot help us if they themselves are becoming ill. So let’s help them to help us.

I designed this badge because I know my mum and many other health care workers love to wear badges of support on their uniforms. So if you are a health care worker or just want to show your appreciation for someone who works in health care or you just want to wear one with pride yourself, please pre order and let’s raise as much money as we can for a great cause.

Profit from the sale of badges will be donated to ‘Help Them Help Us’.

Help Them Help Us is doing a lot of fantastic work to make this happen. Take a look at their website to see regular updates of how the money raised is being used.

Mark Whittaker
The Marple Website