Love Nottingham Forest, Love Your NHS

Brice Samba and Ateef Konate are watching the ball. They are wearing the special edition t-shirts

Posted on: 01 Feb 2022

We've launched a Valentine’s campaign for Nottingham Forest fans who want to donate to the NHS, and get a special gift in return. 

‘Love Nottingham Forest, Love Your NHS’ is a chance to show some love for the NHS this Valentine’s Day, while receiving an exclusive Nottingham Forest training shirt in return.

Simply donate £20 or more online, and enter your details to receive the free shirt for yourself or your loved one. Participants will also be entered into a prize draw to win a signed version of the shirt, signed by Nottingham Forest players. 

All money raised through the campaign will be split equally between Nottingham Hospitals Charity and Nottingham Forest Community Trust (NFCT).

The campaign will support the Youth Service at Nottingham’s NHS hospitals, and Nottingham Forest Community Trust in empowering local communities to live healthier and happier lives.

A volunteer sits on a sofa talking to two people at the Youth Service

Youth Service at Nottingham Hospitals

Barbara Cathcart, Chief Executive of Nottingham Hospitals Charity, said: “We’re delighted to be launching this special Valentine’s Day campaign, where the people of Nottingham can not only show their appreciation for their local NHS hospitals, but also get a special gift for a loved one.

“The money donated through the campaign will help us make a real difference to young people being treated at Nottingham Hospitals throughout the coming year, by providing extra services, facilities and support during their time in hospital.”

Graham Moran, BEM, Chief Executive Officer of NFCT, said: I am thrilled that we have launched another fundraising campaign with Nottingham Hospitals Charity. This campaign will give Forest supporters and Nottingham residents the opportunity to raise funds for two great Nottingham charities, who have a track record of providing invaluable support where it is needed.”


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