Free Positive Postcards

NHS Charities Together Appeal

Michelin-starred chefs and Bake Off winners collaborate to offer free positive postcards in aid of NHS staff

Launching in April, London based gifting company, Bookblock are launching their Positive Post campaign. Customers can send free postcards to friends and family across the UK while donating money in aid of the NHS Charities TogetherCOVID-19 Urgent Appeal.

The campaign features postcard designs from over 60 collaborators including Michelin starred chefs, Adam Byatt and Tom Kitchin, celebrated illustrator Malika Favre and 2019 Great British Bake Off winner, David Atherton.

Simply choose from dozens of postcard designs from Bookblock.com and they’ll take care of the rest. All you have to do is pay a P&P fee of £1. You’ll then have the chance to donate money to the NHS Charities Together COVID-19 Urgent Appeal.

Created to help maintain the wellbeing of NHS staff and volunteers caring for COVID-19 patients, the appeal will ensure frontline staff have everything they need to care for themselves. From food deliveries and overnight stay kits to support for travel and accommodation costs, it’s a welcome reminder to our healthcare heroes that we’re behind them every step of the way.

As well as supporting our brave NHS, Positive Post is a chance to reach out to loved ones in a safe, secure and cost-effective way. With many of us facing the prospect of weeks indoors, Bookblock are hoping they can spread a little joy in these challenging times. Each postcard is customisable too, so you can send a personal message to those that matter most.

Positive Post will run throughout the Spring with every penny raised going towards NHS Charities Together COVID-19 Urgent Appeal. In the face of adversity, community is more important than ever. Bookblock hope they can do their bit to remind us we’re all in it together.

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Full release attached. Both Dr Vijaytha Muralidharan and Stefan Johnson, co-founder of Bookblock are available for interviews.

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