Daily Mail pledges £25,000 to health charity Helpforce after incredible response from readers to volunteering campaign
- Daily Mail has pledged to give £25,000 to charity Helpforce amid a campaign
- Yesterday the number of people who signed up to help the NHS hit 25,000
- The application process to volunteer will remain open until the end of December
The Daily Mail has pledged to give £25,000 to charity Helpforce.
The money has been donated in celebration of our readers’ incredible response to the volunteering campaign.
Yesterday, the total number of people who have signed up to help exceeded 25,000.
So far, 25,409 generous readers have pledged a total of 1.44million hours to the NHS, consisting of 14,652 people offering three hours a week and 10,757 one day a month, for a minimum of six months.
Yesterday, the total number of people who have signed up to help exceeded 25,000 (stock image)
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The application process will remain open until the end of December (stock image)
The application process will remain open until the end of December. Sign up at hospitalhelpforce.com.
And signing up now does not mean you’ll be expected on the wards on Christmas Day.
You will start volunteering some time in 2019.
Once Helpforce has put your NHS organisation in touch with you, it can take up to three months – and in some cases six – before you start.
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