Ian and his wife Sarra, who are both paramedics for the East of England ambulance service, called in to called two hampers of gifts and treats from everyone at the store to say thank you their amazing team who have gone above and beyond during the pandemic.
I was so touched to receive this lovely thank you card from the wonderful team at Birmingham Children's Hospital for a donation I made to them on behalf of Asda Sedgley at Christmas. It means so much that they took the time out to send the card.
A huge thank you to all our colleagues past and present who've rallied round to support The White Feather Project after hearing their supplies of essential items – particularly baby products – were running low.
In March 2020 our Community role was turned upside down, Helping our Community was about to change in ways we did not expect. Supporting the NHS with donations showing how much we appreciated everything they did, supporting Key Workers, Supporting Schools and Foodbanks, Groups helping to support the community even my local Hospital to say Thanks for everything they were doing during these unprecedented times. I thought my last donation of the year should go to the local hospital on the Critical Care Unit who looked after so many people but not just with Covid-19. So Nell is collecting the donation on their behalf as she is a nurse that works in another Department but even she has supported the Critical Care Team, when they needed that extra support. A very well deserved donation of Goodies which they can use on their shifts.