Fund raising for material for LOCAL Scrubs makers during May - from

Sat 30th May 2020 at 12.00 - Tue 2nd June 2020 - 00.00

We have raised nearly £600 so far - PLEASE HELP US REACH £700 in May. Money will go to Scarborough makers to buy materials suitable to make scrubs (gowns) which will be donated to Scarborough Hospital, other local NHS teams, GP's and carers who need them.

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Scarborough NHS key workers and carers

For the love of scrubs

Our NHS needs YOU! 


CLICK >>     PLEASE, PLEASE DONATE £ HERE & NOW

Help us reach £700 during May



The NHS is facing its biggest ever challenge and our doctors and nurses are seeing a shortfall in the supply of scrubs in the hospitals. Hospital and care staff, many of whom don't usually work in scrubs or who have come out of retirement to help the fight, need to change scrubs several times a day to reduce the risk of spreading COVID-19. 

Scarborough makers have been doing their bit already, largely self-funded, sending out handmade scrubs to our local hospital, GP's and care homes but they want to make more.

The initial For the Love of Scrubs campaign was started by Ashleigh Linsdell, an A&E nurse with a side-line in sewing who wanted to make scrubs for her department. She didn't realise the impact the shortages behind her campaign would have on us as a nation or how quickly word would spread and the scrubs making movement grow.

Funds raised here will be used by Scarborough makers to buy materials suitable to make scrubs which will be donated to Scarborough Hospital, other LOCAL NHS teams, GP's and carers who need them.

To donate some cash to buy materials please CLICK >> - 

 GIVE £ HERE (VirginMoneyGiving Rotary Cavaliers page)

To help by cutting templates, sewing, pressing collecting/delivering...... offer help on 

 Scarborough Scrubs Makers Group Facebook page

https://www.facebook.com/groups/2593278564253205/

https://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/charity-web/charity/finalCharityHomepage.action?charityId=1003435

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