Thanks to a generous donation from Concise, 30 iPads are in Chelsea and Queen Mary maternity units, allowing people to keep in touch with loved ones and introduce new arrivals to friends and family.




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So far, we’ve arranged for 300+ radios to go into ITUs, MERIT teams, and hospitals across the country, from some of the hardest hit London hospitals like Homerton, the Royal London, and Barts to Great Ormond Street, Taunton and Somerset, Royal Unites Hospital in Bath, the Lister Hospital in Stevenage, and across 10 midwifery units in the West Midlands.

These radios reduce the amount of PPE staff are going through when moving between COVID and non-COVID spaces and allow them to communicate effectively about treatment plans. They make a big difference. Our pals at Delta Live and Khaos have been incredible in supplying radios and getting them where they need to go:

If you know a hospital or other frontline facility who might benefit from this, please send us the details so we can pass along to our dedicated radios team.



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PPE has been one of the biggest needs during the coronavirus crisis. We’ve been helping various Trusts, clinics, and care homes access what they need. In the East of England, our team distributed 600 visors and 500 shoe covers to 19 surgeries and clinics:

We also provided 4,000 ponchos to Kings to act as emergency stop-gap PPE while they waited on a delivery and more to a hospital in Grimsby, while in Edinburgh we helped to find a warehouse to help Med Supply Drive Scotland with storage and distribution.


Basingstoke and Winchester


Access to fresh food without doing battle with the empty shelves at the local supermarket is vital for key workers. To help, we provided an event catering company who’ve repurposed as a food bank for Basingstoke and Winchester hospital staff with a queuing system and some portaloos, and got some fridges into a hospital to keep the milk for those more-important-than-ever cuppas chilled:


Queen Victoria Memorial

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At the Queen Victoria Memorial in Herne Bay, we helped source sinks for additional handwashing and advised on the best way to achieve a paving solution and what sort of tent best suited their needs. Our advice helped the staff to make quick decisions and identify the most cost-effective solutions.


Royal Free

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At the Royal Free, we helped convert a sports hall into a free shop for NHS staff, so they could pick up produce and essentials after their shifts. Fridges were donated by the lovely Eat Your Hearts Out and the shop is now run by volunteers. We also converted a gym studio into a relaxation room to give the hospital team a place to take a break, which is much needed at a time like this.

This week we supported The Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust by providing project management, crew & furniture, to…

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Stoke Mandeville

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One of the largest builds we’ve completed so far was at Stoke Mandeville hospital, where we created an isolation and triage space in a temporary structure. This was erected in less than a week, allowing the hospital to increase capacity swiftly and safely.

Last week we supported the team at Stoke Mandeville Hospital's Emergency Department in #Aylesbury to build…

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Lewisham hospital rest space


Lewisham hospital were in need of a rest space for their hardworking staff. We liaised with our friends at Vans for Bands and now, rather than hosting its usual post-gig shenanigans, a tour bus is being used as a break zone. When every spare inch of hospital space is being utilised to expand capacity, creating breakout areas to give doctors, nurses, porters, and cleaners a place to take a moment to themselves is incredibly important.

Here it is providing some much-needed respite for hardworking NHS staff. We’re looking at sourcing more buses to use in the same way around the UK: