AMANDA Holden has joined other celebs urging Brits to back The Sun's £1m Who Cares Wins campaign to help our NHS heroes fight coronavirus.
We have teamed up with NHS Charities Together in its urgent COVID-19 Appeal to make sure your money gets to health workers who need it.
Coronavirus has killed more than 3,600 people in Britain and is expected to stretch our beloved National Health Service to its limits.
Britain's Got Talent star Amanda is backing our campaign along with a host of other celebrities.
She said: “The NHS is amazing. The NHS saved my life. They saved my sisters and they were there for us as a family when our son was stillborn.
“Right now is tougher than ever for every single person who works for our NHS. Please dig deep and give what you can to help our NHS get through this.”
World heavyweight boxing champion Anthony Joshua also urged Brits to back the £1m appeal.
He said: “The NHS are real heroes, showing so much bravery and courage on the front line. One love to all of you and lets get behind this appeal.”
Strictly Come Dancing co-host Claudia Winkleman threw her support behind the campaign, saying: “The NHS has never needed Britain’s support more, please give whatever you can to help our NHS heroes.”
This Morning host Eamonn Holmes praised the nationwide clapping of Britain's brave frontline workers, saying: “The clapping has been so emotional they do so much”.
Loose Women presenter Christine Lampard backed the appeal, adding: “They’ve always been there for us, now they need our help”.
Our Who Cares Wins Appeal aims to get vital support to staff — from providing food and care packs to giving them somewhere to sit and rest.
And to start the ball rolling, The Sun — which each year celebrates our amazing hospital workers in our Who Cares Wins Awards — is donating £50,000.
We know money is tight with so many jobs on the line but for 50 years you have been Britain’s most generous readers, the ones with the biggest hearts.
No matter how little you can spare, please donate today at our special giving page.
Every penny you give will go to NHS Charities Together, which supports 240 health service charities around the UK, to aid our brave carers.
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