Do you have a NHS Hero…?
Donate and nominate your NHS Hero today, and help raise money for NHS Charities Together
EIZO, the UK’s fastest growing monitor brand has been working alongside localAscot business “The Fashion Workshop” on its amazing “Scrubs Glorious Scrubs” campaign. A collective of 450+ volunteer sewers across Surrey, Berkshire and Hampshire, creating much needed Scrubs for local NHS teams. To date, the campaign has created over 2000 beautiful and colourful scrubs forlocal hospitals, doctors’ surgeries, hospices and residential homes.
Dotty, a local lady of eighty+ years young, made these beautiful, bright and cheery scrubs which have since been signed by Eastenders actor / docu journalist Ross Kemp and Sky’s Kirsty Gallacher.
Do you know a NHS Hero who deserves these scrubs?
Would you like to help raise money for the NHS?
All you need to do is donate a minimum of £1, nominate and tell us your story about your NHS Hero story and they could be in for a chance to win! All donations will be given to NHS Charities Together.
The auction which is being managed on:
will be open on5th May 2020 and will run for 1 x month (closing on 4th June 2020). One NHS hero will be randomly drawn to win the “Dotty Scrubs”.
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In addition to this great money raiser for the NHS during this Covid-19 pandemic EIZO Limited has also has also partnered with Frimley Health NHS Foundation Trust (FHFT) to produce an initial run of 8000+ PPE gowns for the NHS, in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic.
The second floor of 1 Queens Square, Ascot Business Park, which is owned by the specialist monitor manufacturer, has been transformed into a temporary sewing workshop. The workshop is able to accommodate up to 25 sewers (socially distanced spaced to at least three metres apart) whose sole focus will be to produce some of the first PPE Gowns made in the UK. These gowns are vital in the protection of front-line NHS staff.
EIZO Limited has also been involved by offering its support to the local Scrubs Glorious Scrubs campaign. EIZO has donated 1000 metres of fabric to help support the production of scrubs for those hospitals local to its UK Headquarters in Ascot. It has also provided the necessary resources required to assist in the recruitment and message coordination to over 450 local volunteers who, collectively, are on track to produce over 2000 scrubs for the NHS. In addition, EIZO has supplied a number of its RadiForce medical, diagnostic monitors to support a national scale project enabling doctors to work and diagnose from home.