My Workwear say a big thank you to frontline workers at Great Ormond Street Hospital
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MyWorkwear, a leading supplier of custom clothing and personalised workwear, has recently been supporting Great Ormond Street Hospital in saying thank you to their staff.
After an unprecedented year, that has been difficult for so many people, frontline workers have had a harder time than most. Great Ormond Street has remained open to support their patients and their families throughout and the staff have worked tirelessly to ensure children continue to receive the treatment they require.
Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) is an international centre of excellence in child healthcare and since its formation in 1852, the hospital has been dedicated to children’s healthcare and to finding new and better ways to treat childhood illnesses. And 2020 was no different, even as the world faced a pandemic. The staff continued to treat and support hundreds of thousands of children in need of their care.
James Worthington, Managing Director of My Workwear explained ‘We were approached by Great Ormond Street who were looking to say thank you to their team for all their hard work over the difficult last year. Obviously we were more than happy to help. We worked with one of our key suppliers, Portwest, to produce personalised fleeces for the team. GOSH chose a navy fleece to coordinate with their uniforms and added the GOSH logo and staff member name, so they could be easily identified by colleagues, patients and visitors.
Joanna Hawes, of the Anaesthetic Team at GOSH continued ‘This year has obviously been hard for most people and as frontline workers I wanted to treat my team to some warm fleeces. I approached MyWorkwear, hoping they would be able to support my campaign to say thank you. I was so pleased they were willing to help and the staff members are thrilled with the fleeces they have received.’
For more information on MyWorkwear visit www.myworkwear.co.uk
For more information on Great Ormond Street Hospital visit www.gosh.nhs.uk