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Marks and Spencer is highlighting how donations are helping after the retailer raised a phenomenal £6.4million for our Covid-19 Appeal. Matron Suzanne Vickers explains how her patients were able to say their last goodbyes using iPads funded by generous donations.
Wellbeing rooms and gardens have been introduced across Bradford Teaching Hospitals Foundation Trust to support employees’ mental health during the coronavirus outbreak.
The generous donations made to our Covid-19 Appeal have enabled Bright Charity to introduce a number of projects, from ‘grab and go’ veg bags to solutions for deaf and hearing-impaired patients and staff.
We are proud to announce that £65million in Covid-19 Appeal grants has been allocated to NHS charities throughout the UK, thanks to the huge outpouring of generosity in support of NHS staff, volunteers and patients.
Staff at East Suffolk and North Essex NHS Foundation Trust will benefit from a range of projects focussed on mental health and wellbeing, thanks to Covid-19 Appeal grant funding to Colchester & Ipswich Hospitals Charity.
Thanks to generous donations to our Covid Appeal, youngsters staying on the children’s ward at York Hospital have sensory and interactive toys to play with. It helps keeps them occupied and makes the situation less stressful as children’s ward facilities are limited due to Covid-19.
Nurses and midwives in Rotherham will now get to access extra peer support to help them through the Coronavirus pandemic, thanks to funding from NHS Charities Together to the Rotherham Hospital and Community Charity.
Fantastic youngsters rally behind our Covid-19 Appeal by completing walks, runs and a sponsored silence in return for donations. They’re among the growing number of fundraisers to support our national campaign.
Last week week we hit an unbelievable milestone. Following our announcement that the Covid Appeal has raised an astounding £130 million, how the donations are getting to NHS charities so they can support staff, volunteers and patients.