Emergency Care Fund

EMERGENCY CARE FUND: COVID-19

As the coronavirus pandemic affects the globe, people across the world have been irreversibly shaken. Many have lost their jobs and without immediate access to critical funds for basic necessities such as food, as well as the closure of schools, many families and their children will go hungry.
One Family is working with hospitals, schools and care groups, who are on the frontline of providing support to those most vulnerable, to provide care packages, food and grants for doctors, nurses, teachers and families who have been directly affected by the pandemic.
One Family has joined forces with junior doctor Marissa Lewis, who found out exactly what her NHS colleagues were in dire need of. These care packages will provide frontline staff with a box of essentials and pick-me-ups – including refreshments, eye masks and earplugs to help them sleep during shift breaks, postcards and stamps to write home to loved ones, plus mouthwash sticks, glucose/energy tablets and more. These care boxes are designed to bring a little respite to frontline staff who are working flat-out to save lives during this unprecedented crisis.
One Family has joined forces with junior doctor Marissa Lewis, who found out exactly what her NHS colleagues were in dire need of. These care packages will provide frontline staff with a box of essentials and pick-me-ups – including refreshments, eye masks and earplugs to help them sleep during shift breaks, postcards and stamps to write home to loved ones, plus mouthwash sticks, glucose/energy tablets and more. These care boxes are designed to bring a little respite to frontline staff who are working flat-out to save lives during this unprecedented crisis.
One Family has joined forces with junior doctor Marissa Lewis, who found out exactly what her NHS colleagues were in dire need of. These care packages will provide frontline staff with a box of essentials and pick-me-ups – including refreshments, eye masks and earplugs to help them sleep during shift breaks, postcards and stamps to write home to loved ones, plus mouthwash sticks, glucose/energy tablets and more. These care boxes are designed to bring a little respite to frontline staff who are working flat-out to save lives during this unprecedented crisis.