For immediate release Sunday 7th February 2021
Primark has officially announced for all profits made from their new line of clothing to be donated to NHS
One of the top clothing retail shops in the UK, Primark is formally announcing to give out a percentage of profits from their new line of clothing products they make to be donated to NHS. Primark, board of directors have all decided to start this mission in a few weeks’ time. Primark’s aim is to raise funds for the NHS to help in it’s fight against the COVID pandemic.
Since COVID has first emerged at the start of 2020, the number of deaths has increased, and the NHS has been overwhelmed by the amount of infected people.
This pandemic has caused major shock to NHS and their social care system.
Resources such as the hospital beds and personal protective equipment (PPE) has been drastically limited, other concerns are the staff and their wellbeing.
As this is predominantly important right now, Primark has made objectives to work with NHS and help anyway possible as a thank you gesture for the amount of work, they’ve done already.
Speaking more about the program taking place, CEO of Primark Paul Marchant said “Simon stevens and I are happy to announce that our partnership will hopefully take care of the issues involving COVID cases and treating them with good care.
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Notes to editors:
- Sources talking about the impact of NHS during COVID came from https://www.health.org.uk/news-and-comment/blogs/shock-to-the-system-covid-19s-long-term-impact-on-the-nhs