Signs Express in Amesbury has created stickers to show support to NHS workers and raise money for the Stars Appeal.
The Signs Express in Solstice Park has launched a colourful sticker that people can put in their windows in support of the incredible individuals working tireless to protect the UK, while raising money for Salisbury District Hospital’s charity at the same time.
Rod Clark, the owner of the franchise unit said:
"Due to the current COVID-19 situation, many charities have had to cancel many of their major summer events where a lot of fundraising opportunities take place. The Stars Appeal Charity has been hit even harder, as a lot of their donations are made from visitors passing through Salisbury District Hospital, so we thought we could maybe help in some small way to close that funding gap with your support."
To get your hands on a sticker, you need to head to its JustGiving page and make a donation. Then, you can email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and address.
The cost of the stickers and postage is covered by Signs Express, so all of your donation will go directly to the Stars Appeal.
Roger Humphry, a Salisbury Hospital Eye Surgeon and Stars Appeal Ambassador commented:
“We are all so grateful for the wonderful support we are receiving from the local community at this challenging time. These stickers are not only a lovely example of this, but also an important fundraising initiative for our charity, the Stars Appeal, [which is] providing so much support for both staff like me and our patients in Salisbury. Thank you to Signs Express and everyone who is showing their support."
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