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Supporting the NHS


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Proud to Support the NHS

Here at ROL Cruise, we wanted to do our bit to show support to the amazing NHS who are working tirelessly to save lives. So, for the last three months, we have been donating £25 for every booking made to the NHS Charities National campaign and we are delighted to announce that we have reached our target and have raised over £100,000! This money will go towards funding well-being packs and gifts for staff and volunteers as well as food deliveries, travel and parking costs, accommodation and long term mental health support for NHS staff, volunteers, patients and their families.

Total raised:

£106,175

 

About NHS Charities Together

NHS Charities Together is a membership organisation representing, supporting and championing NHS Charities. NHS Charities Together provides a forum for nationwide fundraising and advocacy campaigns, specialist advice and guidance, bespoke conferences and training opportunities, as well as access to online resources. NHS Charities Together also provides the collective voice of NHS Charities on a national scale and the impact they make.

A message from our brand Ambassador, Jennie Bond

“We’ve all been humbled by the extraordinary, heroic work of NHS staff up and down the country. They are working tirelessly, selflessly and courageously to save as many lives as they can, all too often at the cost of their own lives. As an ambassador for ROL Cruise I’m proud of the initiative they have launched to raise £100,000 to support NHS workers. And I’m sure that everyone who books a holiday will be delighted to know that £25 will go to this hugely worthwhile cause. I hope you agree with me that it’s gratifying to know that, even in this these difficult times for the industry, ROL Cruise is prepared to dig deep and make a material difference to NHS staff.” - Jennie Bond