These little places need your help supporting our NHS

We know the real heroes are those working endlessly in the NHS, risking their health in order to keep us well and safe. We can obviously help by staying home. But we can also contribute towards these companies' new initiatives that are helping out our beloved NHS workers.

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A free bar tab from 40ft Brewery

Dalston-based brewery 40ft (who operate out of a 40ft shipping container) are asking for donations that they'll then double for NHS staff to access for free after this all blows over. What a bloody nice gesture.

Details of the offer can be found here.

Casa do Frango are dishing out free meals

With branches in Shoreditch and London Bridge, Portugese favourite Casa do Frango are giving free, that's right - free, meals for NHS workers. This takeaway dish consists of 1/2 chicken, chips & Pastel de Nata.

Details found here.

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Send treats to NHS workers

Lumberjack Coffee are letting you buy breakfast for an NHS worker. Details here.

Crosstown Doughnuts are doing an initiative called Doughnut Donations where you can send a box of doughnuts to NHS workers. Details here.

These companies are fundraising to donate meals

Mildreds & 215 Hackney are fundraising online in order to be able to send meals to NHS workers.

Donate to Mildreds here.

Donate to 215 Hackney here.

Discounts for NHS workers!

Siren Craft Brew are offering 20% online discount to NHS workers and Gather are offering 10% off refills in their Peckham store. Four Hundred Rabbits are offering £5 pizzas to all NHS and social care workers. Any pizza, any time.
Details on Four Hundred Rabbit's deal here.
Details on Siren's deal here.
Details on Gather's offer here.

McNair are looking to make protective gowns

Mountain shirt manufacturer McNair are putting their production on hold and are looking to produce PPE gowns for hospitals. They're looking for specifications and any help in order to get them going so if you have any useful information, please contact them through their Instagram.

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