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HOSPITAL HEROES Emergency Appeal: Support Our NHS

  • Date and Time: 03 April 2020 at 12:30
  • Location: Royal Liverpool University Hospital, Aintree University Hospital, Broadgreen Hospital
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Right now our staff are on the front line in the fight against Coronavirus (COVID-19). They're going the extra mile, every day, to take care of us and our loved ones despite being under extreme pressure. They need our support more than ever.

Click here to donate to support our staff.

R Charity is proud to support one of the largest Trusts in Cheshire and Merseyside and is now reaching out to help our 12,500 hospital heroes during these uncertain times.

Right now our staff are on the front line in the fight against coronavirus (COVID-19).They're going the extra mile, every day, to take care of us and our loved ones despite being under extreme pressure. They need our support more than ever.

R Charity are determined to do everything we can to support the remarkable hospital staff leading the fight on the front line while also helping our patients.

That's why we've set up a special Staff Welfare Appeal. We understand that many people face uncertain times during this crisis, however if you are able to do so, please give what you can to support our hospital heroes.

All funds raised will go towards the purchase of essential item packages for our frontline staff.

Please leave your own personal message of support for our incredible NHS staff, along with your details so we can thank you for your donation.

Anything we raise over and above what might be needed in the current crisis will go towards helping our hospitals continue to give exceptional care in the future.

For more information please email fundraising@liverpoolft.nhs.uk or call a member of the fundraising team on: Lauren Davies - Head of Fundraising - 07780 640 782 / Loren Slade - Events Fundraiser - 07917 598692

Thank you for your support

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