Bands such as The Vaccines, Wolf Alice, The Big Moon, and more have contributed unreleased tracks to the Songs For The National Health Service compilation, which will fund more PPE equipment for healthcare workers.
Songs For The National Health Service compilation is an exclusive LP of exclusive and unreleased tracks from a number of artists, and all proceeds made from sales will fund more personal protective equipment respirators for NHS workers not able to access the equipment due to the high demand with the ongoing coronavirus crisis.
The description reads, "We’ve partnered with Dr. Natalie Watson at University Hospital Lewisham as she launches the Hoods for Heroes campaign. Their initial target of £30,000 will provide enough ‘PAPR’ (powered air purifying respirators) to help fully stock Lewisham Greenwich NHS Trust (site of the UK’s first patient with confirmed Covid-19 infection), Mid Yorkshire NHS Trust and University Hospital Crosshouse, Scotland. All money raised beyond that will provide equipment for further hospitals and regions based on need, not only helping safely treat victims of Covid-19, but enabling NHS teams to re-start time-critical head and neck cancer surgery."
The NHS is not a charity but it needs our help. This limited edition compilation of unreleased material is on vinyl only and will go directly to Hoods For Heroes to help aid their purchase of reusable PPE ventilators.— The Vaccines (@thevaccines) April 30, 2020
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