Thank you, NHS & Key Workers


and all the people who are guiding, feeding, protecting and encouraging us.

We won’t forget it.

While I’m here in my flat, feeling safe, protected and informed about what happens outside, there are hundreds of thousands of people who are putting their lives at risk, just to grant me all this.

And this breaks my heart. So I wondered how I could do my part, and the idea of a free webinar series that could help others turn all this poison into medicine kicked in. 

The “Breakthrough Starts Now” webinar series has a double folded aim:

– Help others turn the lockdown into an opportunity to grow
– Invite the attendees to directly donate either time or money to the NHS and charities

One key point we’re focusing on in our webinars is: “What will you do to keep showing gratitude to them all after the crisis is gone?” Because we won’t forget. Ever. 

*including cleaners, firemen, policemen, administrators, supermarket staff, grocery producers, journalists and many, many more to whom I’ll be forever grateful. 

Do you feel grateful for what the NHS
and all the workers are doing?

Here’s what you can do to help:

 Click here to know more

Help the NHS by becoming a:

  • Community Response volunteer: This role involves collecting shopping, medication or other essential supplies for someone who is self-isolating, and delivering these supplies to their home.
  • Patient Transport volunteer: This role supports the NHS by providing transport to patients who are medically fit for discharge, and ensuring that they are settled safely back in to their home.
  • NHS Transport volunteer: This role involves transporting equipment, supplies and/or medication between NHS services and sites, it may also involve assisting pharmacies with medication delivery.
  • Check-in and Chat volunteer: This role provides short-term telephone support to individuals who are at risk of loneliness as a consequence of self-isolation.

Find out more on the NHS website:
https://www.england.nhs.uk/participation/get-involved/volunteering/nhs-volunteer-responders

I’m deeply grateful for whatever help you’re able to provide. 


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“After every winter comes spring, after every storm there is a blue sky, after every struggle you gain strength, after every disappointment comes opportunity”. Sharon Davitt