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Closed 09/06/2020

raised of £15,000 target by 572 supporters

    Weʼve raised £13,937 to support the staff of Ipswich Hospital at work during the COVID19 crisis.

    Ipswich, Suffolk
    Funded on Tuesday, 9th June 2020

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    The country is currently in crisis responding to the Coronavirus/COVID19 outbreak and hospitals all around the country are working under tremendous stress to protect those we love and hold nearest and dearest.

    Ipswich Hospital for many of us will be our local place of care and many of us equally will have friends, family, loved ones working in the centre of its crisis.

    Daniel Newman & Amanda Todd have set up this JustGiving fund to raise money for the staff of Ipswich Hospital to support them whilst at work.

    Many of them are working long and tiring hours in a highly stressful Environment doing duties they never imagined they would have to do. Many are being redeployed into new areas and having to do tasks that aren't the 'norm'.

    Many staff are struggling to eat or drink during shifts. Hospital snacks are brought round and staff cant pay using cash due to the risk. They are also wearing PPE making it difficult to 'shop'. Equally many of these snack rounds visit during critical times of day leaving staff unable to use them.

    We would like to fund raise to purchase and provide daily/weekly care package drops of essentials to energise, feed and clean our wonderful NHS workers. Chocolate, cereal bars, drinks, snacks, all individually wrapped, all safe to eat, all giving a much needed boost but more importantly FREE to staff and readily available.

    We would also like to purchase deodorant, shampoo, shower gel, toothpaste etc for the staff who need to shower and wash at work pre and post shift.

    We would also like to use the fund to pay for material to donate to the community to sew and make hospital scrubs. Many people have offered to sew, yet few can afford to buy the materials, we hope to fix that.

    In addition to providing PPE in the form of scrubs we would like to be able to assist in procuring and producing 3D printed PPE face shields and ear saver supplies. As most of the country struggles to buy approved PPE, hospital and care settings are moving to the acceptance of 3D printed masks.

    We are also exploring the requirement of kettles, microwaves for staff to heat food where appropriate (albeit we seek hospital clarification on that before we can begin).

    We would not like to take physical item donations due to the logistical nightmare collecting and delivering small quantities and for the need to reduce social content and so a larger monetary fund will allow for a centralised purchase and individual deliveries at pre determined times.

    We cannot work for them, we cannot hug them, we cannot keep them safe, but we sure can keep them fed and watered and let them know that people care.

    Please donate what you can and support your local hospital and your local NHS.

    Thank you

    Daniel (Danny) & Amanda (Toddy)



    • Daniel Newman2 months ago
      Daniel Newman

      Daniel Newman

      2 months ago

      At this moment of writing on Thursday 14th May we have approximately £2000 left available to us. We are aware that the current situation within the hospital means that many of the areas that were 'COVID Red' are now no longer in use and are back to being 'green' areas. That said a number of key infected areas still exist. Liaising with hospital staff, we are also aware they do not require any further water at this time (we provided 18,000). We will look to provide further food deliveries if required in the coming days as they have requested.

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    • Daniel Newman2 months ago
      Daniel Newman

      Daniel Newman

      2 months ago

      Some photos of the staff with their donations of hand creams.

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    • Daniel Newman2 months ago
      Daniel Newman

      Daniel Newman

      2 months ago

      During our social media updates, many of our donors asked us to remember the staff working at outreach stations alongside hospital staff. Many staff at these locations are originally Ipswich Hospital staff relocated during the crisis. We ensured a donation was made to Bluebird Lodge, Landseer Roads REACT team and both the IP3 & IP4 community nursing team. These donations consisted of bottled water and hand creams.

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    Page last updated on: 5/18/2020 14.28



    • Anonymous


      May 18, 2020

    • Miranda Acres

      Miranda Acres

      May 9, 2020

      Just thank you 🌟🌈


    • Anonymous


      May 8, 2020

      Glad you're raising such a lot! Am sure your efforts are really appreciated. xx


    • Don & Doreen

      Don & Doreen

      May 5, 2020

      Thanks Daniel for doing this as a big THANK YOU to all working so hard at Ipswich Hospital - Nurses, Drs, Cleaners, Porters, not forgetting the 'Estates Team' keeping the hospital running smoothly x


    • Anonymous


      May 5, 2020

      You’re doing a brilliant job, well done and thank you so much.


    • Jane Davis

      Jane Davis

      May 4, 2020

      Brilliant work and thank you both for organising this fundraiser. Eye Saints U15 (U16 next season)


    • Heather Marsden

      Heather Marsden

      May 3, 2020

      Great cause!

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