This incredibly difficult time is teaching us a lot, it is showing us how connected we really are no matter borders or boundaries and, mostly, that we can come together even when apart.
With the Covid-19 outbreak in the UK the NHS is struggling, we’ve seen it happening in China and then in Italy, now London hospitals are feeling the strain of Corona Virus.
In St George's health trust in South West London there are now 4 wards already filled with patients fighting against the virus and it has seen 17 deaths linked to it.
The healthcare workers are the true heroes in this unprecedented time and to help them and all the people battling the illness we have launched a line of t-shirts via Print Social to help raise funds for London ITU wards and the Red Cross during the pandemic.
The campaign Apart, Together consists of three beautifully designed, 100% organic cotton t-shirts, complete with inspiring messages of solidarity along with our female empowerment designs.
Now it’s the time to give back as much as we can to the people that are always on the first line to help us.
The campaign will last for 30 days.
We are volunteering out time and capital to run this initiative and will be working for a profit share of 50%. We will be splitting all profits with the NHS.
It’s time to help by staying at home, to stay safe and keep others safe. We all need to come together to avoid the spread of this horrible virus and to flatten the curve, but in these years of digital and technological advancement it is amazing how much we can do, even from our homes, to help who needs it the most.
If this hard time has shown us something is how acts of kindness have spectacular ripple effects and how we can come together as a community even when apart.
And remember that you have the power to make a difference by helping us amplify this campaign so that it reaches all the people that can and want to help.
Post, share, repost, talk and tag to spread the message of solidarity and support London hospitals and the Red Cross.
GET YOUR T-SHIRT HERE: https://www.weareprintsocial.com/we-are-f
If you want to read more about the London hospitals situation during the Corona virus pandemic read here: