Rainbow Heroes is about creating a memorial and a place of celebration to honour our NHS.
Sadly too many have died during the Coronavirus Outbreak simply doing their Job and caring for others.
Rainbow Heroes want to create a way to remember those who are no longer with us and celebrate those who already work for the NHS, those who returned from retirement and those who volunteered.
A number of NHS workers have tragically died during the Coronavirus outbreak they must never be forgotten nor should the challenges the NHS face during these times be.
Rainbow Heroes said ” We want to create a way to remember those who are no longer with us. We must never forget the sacrifice that they made
But we must also celebrate those who are working within the NHS such as those who returned from retirement, those who volunteered to join the NHS and those who have trained for years are NHS workers.
The work of the NHS during this time and the sacrifice that many paid must never be forgotten.
Rainbow Heroes want to build a national symbol of gratitude, sacrifice, remembrance and celebration that will truly honour our NHS Rainbow Heroes.
Tragically too many Doctors, Nurses, Paramedics & Health Care workers have died helping to treat those who have Coronavirus and saved their lives.
Doctors, Nurses, Paramedics, Ambulance Crews and Carers have tragically lost their lives they want to create a way to ensure they are never forgotten these are our Rainbow Heroes.
Any donations to make this happen would be greatly appreciated to ensure we can care for our care.
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