April 27, 2020
We are very proud to see so many of our corporate partners offering support during this difficult time.
M&S are donating t-shirts and pyjamas to NHS hospitals across the country, as well as offering free food delivery service to some London hospitals.
Waitrose have donated care packages, free meals and Easter treats to NHS workers across the UK.
The Caravan and Motorhome Club have come up with the initiative Big Little Tent Festival, a community festival held in your living room or garden! Find out more here.
Aldi are supporting Neighbourly Community Fund who are providing microgrants to support good causes that are helping local communities reacting to Coronavirus.
Morrisons have donated £10m worth of food to UK foodbanks as a response to coronavirus.
Weetabix donating products to NHS hubs and local support organisations. Booths have launched a campaign to support British artisan cheesemakers who are struggling to cope with the Covid-19 crisis.
McDonald’s continues to work closely with their supply chain partners during this challenging situation. While their restaurants remain temporarily closed, they partnered with Food Drop to distribute food from restaurants to food banks and charities across the UK and Ireland. They also worked to redistribute food from Distribution Centres to key workers and charity groups through Company Shop and FareShare.
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