Leading property brands have united for charity to support the ‘LifeLine Phones 4 NHS’ campaign which is appealing for Londoners and companies to donate new or second-hand smartphones and tablets to the NHS so that they can be data wiped, sanitized and provided to Coronavirus (COVID-19) patients in wards so that they can have video links with loved ones.
Under the auspices of charity the Young Barnet Foundation and voluntary organization Barnet Together and CIC Social Box, the ‘Lifeline Phones 4 NHS’ campaign is being supported by leading property brands including Aston Chase, Avanton, Beauchamp Estates, Landhold Developments, LONRES and Wetherell.
The ‘LifeLine Phones 4 NHS’ campaign was officially sanctioned by the Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust, and London NHS hospitals that will benefit from the campaign will include the Royal Free Hospital in Hampstead, Barnet General Hospital and Chase Farm Hospital.
Londoners and companies wishing to donate Wi-Fi enabled phones or tablets (all non-returnable) need to simply visit the www.lifelinephones4nhs.com
website – and email details of the devices they wish to donate and the address they can be collected from within the London area.
Then Social Box, a non-profit Community Interest Company (CIC) will arrange to have the devices collected, data wiped, checked, sanitized and then delivered to the hospitals and wards that need them most.