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Worthian helps launch NHS food delivery charity

16 Apr 2020
United Kingdom
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Deliveraid delivers food to NHS frontline heroes
Deliveraid delivers food to NHS frontline heroes
Another fantastic initiative from a Worthian doing their bit to help support the NHS at this critical time. Charlotte Butter StM'12 and her partner, Jack Manley, an NHS A&E doctor, have teamed up with struggling London restaurants to provide healthy meals straight to all those NHS heroes working on the frontline with a new charity Deliveraid.

Jack said: “As an NHS doctor working across London hospitals, I have seen first-hand how hard the NHS is working to help as many people as possible. I’ve also seen an increasingly large number of local food businesses struggling in these uncertain times. I wanted to connect the dots and create a charitable platform that allowed people to do good on both fronts.”

Creative technology agency Rehab created DeliverAid’s fundraising platform and restaurant partners include The Quality Chop House and Ombra, but the charity is actively recruiting a network of restaurants keen to join the initiative. Volunteer drivers have also stepped forward to assist with deliveries.

Well done Charlotte and Jack and the very best of luck!

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