SINCE MARCH 2020
WE HAVE REACHED OVER
40,000
NHS & KEY WORKERS.
WE NEED YOUR HELP TO CONTINUE DELIVERING HAMPERS
AND TO PROVIDE WELL BEING AND MENTAL HEALTH SUPPORT
TO ADDRESS THE MENTAL HEALTH TOLL OF THE PANDEMIC.

SINCE MARCH 2020 WE HAVE REACHED OVER
40,000NHS & KEY WORKERS.
WE NEED YOUR HELP TO CONTINUE DELIVERING HAMPERS AND TO PROVIDE WELL BEING AND MENTAL HEALTH SUPPORT TO ADDRESS THE MENTAL HEALTH TOLL OF THE PANDEMIC.

What We Do

Hampers for Heroes is a not for profit, Community Interest Company (C.I.C) ignited by COVID-19. We send care packages to show our love and gratitude to healthcare workers, carers, teachers and other frontline and key workers in need. The hamper is a metaphor for ‘care, light and love’; recognising the sacrifice others have made to keep our society safe. We offer a range of support services such as team and individual coaching as well as counselling for those worst affected. We have reached over 40,000 individuals so far.

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OUR HAMPERS FOR HEROES

Blind International Dressage Rider, Verity Smith, says #ThankYouHeroes in contribution to the Hampers for Heroes and Athlete Media campaign.

The UK’s Number 1 Javelin Thrower, Harry Hughes, contributes to the #ThankYouHeroes Hampers for Heroes and Athlete Media campaign.

Here at Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health Foundation Trust. I have had the privilege to witness the joy on the faces of our staff when they have received a hamper. They are so touched by the fact that people who are at home are going out of their way to think about them and their well being. Our staff go over and above every day and they don’t perceive themselves as special in anyway.
They took careers in Healthcare to make the difference and so when the community thanks them with a hamper which is filled with things that help them through the day and kind thoughts and messages it really enables them to feel connected. As Director of Nursing I would say “Thank you to Hampers for Heroes” We are one community and this really brings us together and demonstrates compassion which is felt and shared by all.

Sue Hartley
Executive Director of Nursing
Birmingham & Solihull Mental Health Foundation Trust

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