Help Your NHS
Here to help you support
Ashford and St Peter’s Hospitals.
The needs of local hospitals are changing by the day during the coronavirus emergency.
At Help Your NHS we’re in touch with Ashford and St Peter’s Hospitals to find out what they need now. And we’re asking for your help through donations to make sure they get it.
What do we do?
Our aim is to match the generosity of the local community with the needs of our local hospital trust.
As Help Your NHS, we:
Are in regular contact with Ashford & St Peter’s Trust to find out what they need most urgently
Use your donations to tick off items from the hospital’s shopping lists by sourcing goods they need wherever we can find them
Talk to local businesses about supplying goods directly to the hospitals
Like to help but not sure how?
We’ve already delivered
food and drink items for NHS staff
items of Medical & Personal Protective Equipment
self care packages for NHS staff
Worked with Kellogg’s to create breakfast packs for staff
Received toiletries from GlaxoSmithKline to make packs for staff to use in the new self-isolating hospital showers
Accepted donations from local businesses and individuals to allow us to buy and deliver items such as contactless thermometers requested by the hospitals
Ashford and St. Peter’s Hospitals support the areas of Elmbridge, Runnymede, Spelthorne and Woking
What can you do?
Do you live or work in the areas served by Ashford & St Peter’s hospitals and would like to give them direct support?
As a local resident you can
Make a donation to our Just Giving page so we can buy items on the hospital shopping list and get them directly and quickly where they need to go
As a business you can
Make a company donation on the Just Giving Page
We’re working directly with the Staff Engagement Officer and
the Head of Patient Experience & Involvement at
Ashford and St. Peter’s Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Who are we?
We are Anita and Kristian Karppi. We are local Weybridge residents who want to help others during this difficult time. Every minute and second counts during a pandemic and we need to help our local hospitals as much as we can as they urgently need help and support.
That’s why we’ve set up a direct channel to Ashford & St Peter’s hospitals to find out what they urgently need. We aim to turn the kindness of local people into tangible, urgently needed goods.
Local resident, mother, business owner and Zumba instructor
Local resident, father, business owner and Kempo martial arts teacher