Inspired by the beautiful Rainbows adorning windows across the county, I wanted to create a delicate necklace that could be worn as a symbol of hope whilst simultaneously raising money for a very worthy cause.
I'm sure we can all agree, our NHS staff across the country are true heroes.
I will be donating £5 (20%) from every Sale of this necklace to https://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/ClapForOurCarers ~ I will share a screenshot of your donation when you purchase :)
Each necklace is made with delicate 3mm crystals, upcycled crystals (rescued from a broken necklace and therefore limited edition).
Choose your preferred length & colour of chain...and I'll do the rest!
This necklace comes gift wrapped with a handmade gift card explaining the charity donation, perfect for a thoughtful gift for a loved one ... or as a simple of hope you can wear yourself.
Please read the below for information about the charity ~ I hope you love your necklace xxx
Our amazing NHS staff and volunteers are working tirelessly to care for COVID-19 patients. And we want them to know the country has also got their back. We are so proud and in awe of NHS staff and volunteers as they work tirelessly to save lives! This means staying away from their homes and families, working day and night, to treat as many people as possible in need of care.
We, the nation, can help. Let's show our gratitude and respect for the frontline NHS, and together beat this virus.
As NHS staff and volunteers look after COVID-19 patients in their greatest hour of need, we can help take care of the well-being of our NHS people.
What will you donation be used for? ...
1) Funding well-being packs/gifts for staff and volunteers on wards/departments (this could include food deliveries, high energy/protein bars/drinks, snacks, refreshments, wash kits, overnight stay kits. Cost of travel, parking, accommodation for NHS staff and volunteers Volunteer expenses
2) Support isolated patients through providing devices to communicate with friends and family whilst in hospital or isolating
3) Longer term mental health support of NHS staff, volunteer, patients and their families
4) Help patients leave hospital quickly and safely and remain or stay out of hospital