A BIG THANKYOU FROM US FOR ALL YOUR DONATIONS
Here are just some of our news stories showing where all your donations are going during this crisis.
Currently Milly Giveaway is buying laptops for Schools and the most essential items requested by Food Banks and Shelters.
100% OF YOUR DONATION GOES DIRECTLY TO OUR CAUSES
LAPTOPS FOR CHERTSEY HIGH SCHOOL
15th February 2021
"A massive thank you for donating 4 brand new laptops to the CHS family! "
LAUNCHING A LAPTOP LOANING LIBRARY
9th February 2021
We have been inundated with requests for laptops/ devices (especially over the past few months with online schooling). We cannot adequately express our gratitude for the extremely generous donation . This will be of enormous help to our families who are especially struggling during this difficult time.
Thank you for these incredible laptops which have allowed us to launch a loaning library to ensure a fair system for those who require laptops going forward. Thank you again from the bottom of our hearts! We are so grateful.
The GIFT team
LAPTOPS FOR SCHOOLS
20th January 2021
In the current lockdown MILLYGIVEAWAY views essential COVID support is now to provide laptops and tablets to schools to help children and families access remote education. We have been donating laptops to schools since the start of January, Since then a national campaign has been announced, our laptops are going to those pupils who are struggling, we would like to thank you for all your donations to help us make this difference.
Further to your very generous donation, I can confirm the school has bought and received 14 chrome books for use by pupils. I would like to again, on behalf of the school, like to thank you for this donation. They are going to be highly valued by pupils who do not have access to IT, during this difficult time.
A HUGE THANKYOU!
20th May 2020
Please find attached a photo from our Zoom meeting this morning from some of our community therapy team to say a HUGE thank you for your generous provision of coffee machines/ coffee pods and radios
This has made a huge difference to our community team and assisted in treating our staff to some luxuries.
We are extremely grateful.
Surrey Downs Health and Care
DONATED TO FOODBANKS, NORTH LONDON
4th May 2020
We are supporting food banks in North London, including Selby, Tottenham, Euston, Muswell Hill, East Finchley, Ringcross in N7 and Homeless Action in Barnet and will be doing more.
Milly Giveaway donated £200 of food, plus nappies and wipes.
"Huge thanks for this wonderful donation, it will be such a treat for our hardworking staff and much appreciated"
Carolyn - Assistant Director Fundraising (Jewish Care)
DELIVERIES TO 10 CARE HOMES
1st May 2020
Delivered boxes of biscuits and other snacks for the care workers.
ROYAL FREE LONDON NHS FOUNDATION TRUST
"I’m told that you and your team raised a huge amount for us last week – we are truly very very grateful for the 200 fruit boxes that we were able to distribute to our staff working on the front line on Tuesday. They made a real difference, particularly for staff on shifts that can’t make it to the supermarket.
We really do value the support of our local community and it helps keep our spirits high – thank you so much. Please do pass my thanks on to whoever needs them.
I hope we meet properly when we return to a new normal, which we will at some point."
Group Chief Executive
Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust
As a key supporter of the Royal Free Charity during the Coronavirus crisis, I wanted to thank you for your incredibly kind donation of fruit to our staff and to let you know about the broadcast of a two-part documentary, Hospital: fighting COVID-19.
Filmed over three weeks at the Royal Free London during the peak of pandemic, it will air on BBC 2 at 9pm on Monday and Tuesday, the 11th and 12thof May. A trailer for the programme has started to run across all BBC channels too.
The documentary will bring home powerfully the value of the enormous support you have helped provide to staff looking after our desperately ill patients at Barnet and the Royal Free hospitals. The episodes include the treatment of the last patient to have a transplant at the Royal Free Hospital before the service was paused and the care of a 73-year-old at Barnet Hospital who is seen struggling with low oxygen levels.
I hope you will watch the documentary and feel assured that your generosity could not have been better placed. Your support is ensuring that the needs of staff at the Royal Free and Barnet hospitals will continue to be met, and, on behalf of the Royal Free Charity, I would like to thank you for enabling us to do this.
We will, of course, keep you updated on our progress and the impact of your support.
ST PANCRAS HOSPITAL LONDON
22nd April 2020
Delivered 2 Coffee Machines, 500 Coffee Pods, 1500 Trek Protein Bars, 10 DAB Radios and 25 boxes of Fresh Fruit.
"Thank you so much for you incredible generosity. The coffee machines have made our days so much more bearable and the pods have gone down a treat with everyone here!"
"Really appreciate it."
ST MARKS HOSPITAL HARROW
20th April 2020
Hand Creams and Cereal Bars delivered
APPLAUDING OUR NHS HEROES
15th April 2020
Sebastian (left) and Regis (right), part of the NHS Rapid Response Unit, Camden, London.
Endangering their lives daily by answering home emergencies
WHIPPS CROSS UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL
15th April 2020
Coffee Pods delivered
CHELSEA AND WESTMINSTER
6th April 2020
Delivered for A&E, ITU and Maternity wards: Deodorants, Toothpaste, Wipes, Lotions, Conditioners, Shampoos and Shower Gels
ROYAL FREE & CHELSEA AND WESTMINSTER
3rd April 2020
Delivered to ROYAL FREE Deodorants, Shampoos, Toothpaste, Wipes, Body Lotions, Conditioners, Shampoos and Shower Gel and Hot Chocolate, and Energy Bars.
CHELSEA & WESTMINSTER
30th March 2020
Coffee Machines and Coffee Pods delivered to Chelsea and Westminster Hospitals
ROYAL FREE & BARNET
27th March 2020
Delivered to ROYAL FREE & BARNET 400 boxes of Fresh Fruit, Vegetables, Milk and Bread
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