Janneke Diemel and Niall Barrett, from London, launched ‘Critical NHS’ to provide small treats to boost the morale of those working on NHS wards, which has now seen over 115,000 meals donated to frontline workers. Read more https://www.pointsoflight.gov.uk/critical-nhs/
More amazing coverage of Critical NHS, this time in Forbes. You can read interviews with the founders, caterers and NHS teams about how life has changed under lockdown and how the charity has helped them. Read more on Forbes.
LOCAL CHARITY CRITICALNHS HAVE RAISED OVER £250,000 FEEDING FRONTLINE WORKERS AND VULNERABLE PEOPLE ACROSS LONDON
Critical NHS featured on Nappy Valley recently, telling the story of our founders and the amazing fundraising efforts over the past few months. Read more here.
Snatch star Jason Flemyng was among Londoners cheering for Lithuanian opera singer Edgaras Montvidas as he gave an impromptu performance to raise money to support frontline NHS workers. Read more and watch the video from The Evening Standard.
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On Thursday night the nation came together for one last show of support for the NHS heroes, carers and front line staff keeping us all safe. Our famous supports were on hand to help with the clap in sunny South London, too, as Holby City's Guy Henry, Masterchef's Thomas Frake and Jason Flemyng and Imogen
Acclaimed British artist Charlie Mackesy has teamed up with London-based cake designer Emma Dodi on a series of cupcakes produced specifically for NHS workers at St George's hospital in South London. Click here to read more on GQ.co.uk
Senior sister and friend of Critical NHS, Anthea Allen has been a nurse for well over 20 years and thought she had 'seen it all' in her long NHS career. Then came the coronavirus pandemic. Click here to read her diary and donate.
Critically ill coronavirus patients in the ICU are using donated tablets, such as iPads, to send messages to loved ones. Critical NHS contacted Wandsworth Council following a plea from the nurses at St Georges Hospital ICU team. The nurses were in desperate need of at least 10 tablets that would allow patients in the ICU