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Home: Keep shopping and save the NHS

Choc stars

Send this chocolate card to a loved one for the sweetest way to say thank you to our NHS, with all profits (£6 in total) going straight to NHS-supporting charities. Available in milk, white or dark chocolate (pictured above). Personalised I Heart NHS Charity Chocolate Card, £9.99, Prezzybox,

Beer today

Freshen up with an eco-friendly body wash and relax with an edit of craft beer, with this Shower Beer home-delivery bundle. Keyworkers get 15 per cent off orders by emailing The Shower Beer Mixed Case, £30.60 (£36), Biercraft,

Taking the biscuit

Morrisons has launched a special gingerbread ‘NHS Hero’ biscuit to pay tribute to all those working in the fight against coronavirus, with profits going to NHS Charities Together. NHS staff can also get ten per cent off food shopping bills in store when presenting an NHS staff card. Gingerbread NHS Heroes, £1, in store at Morrisons

Milk round

Stock up on these healthy, milk-alternative drinks and do good while you feel good: every four or eight-pack sold will be matched and donated to help power NHS staff in hospitals around the country. M+lk Plus Dairy Free Nut Milk in salted honeycomb hazelnut, £9.99 for four, M+lk Plus,

Olive skin

Keep hands squeaky clean and help support NHS workers at the same time, as per per cent of sales from this fresh, olive-scented hand wash will go to charity Duty To Care. Liquid Hand Wash Olive, £10.80. Branche D’Olive,

Cup winner

Help the planet and our heroic NHS with WAKEcup’s new initiative: for every purchase of its sustainable and reusable coffee cups (£19), water bottles (£20), tea infusers (£24) or bags (£35), the brand will donate a free water bottle to NHS teams across the UK.

Gin palace

Artisan gin brand Cambridge Distillery is donating ten per cent of all online sales during April to its local NHS hospital, Addenbrooke’s Charitable Trust. We’ll drink to that! Curator’s Gin (created in partnership with Cambridge University Botanic Garden), £39.99, Cambridge Distillery,

Eau zone

To help keep frontline workers hydrated, NHS staff can get 40 per cent off these stainless steel canteens using Health Service and Blue Light Code discount codes. Very cool. Corkcicle Canteens, from £12 (originally £20), Auteur,

Sleep on it

NHS and private healthcare workers get 50 per cent off the price of a Simba Hybrid mattress, so the nation’s heroes can get the rest they deserve. Go to for a discount code. Simba Hybrid, £374.50 for a double (originally £749), Simba,

Heaven scent

Created in honour of our fantastic NHS, this vegan-friendly Florence candle will instil your home with the uplifting notes of tangerine, bergamot, rosewood, rosemary and neroli. Plus £5 from every sale will be donated to the NHS. One to sniff out now… Florence Candle, £28, Rebecca Tracey,

Posh nosh

Enjoy La Tua Pasta’s posh food from the comfort of your own home, thanks to its new nationwide online delivery service. La Tua will also donate one meal to the NHS for every one ordered, in a bid to provide 10,000 meals to our frontline staff. Buon appetito! From £3 for 250g fresh pasta, La Tua Pasta,

Healthy approach

Healthy recipe box service Mindful Chef is offering all NHS staff a 30 per cent discount, to keep frontline workers eating well. Simply sign up and order at, make a note of your customer ID number and send it to from your NHS email account to and the discount will be applied (note it may take up to 48hrs for the code to be applied). From just £3.15 (£4.50) per meal, Mindful Chef,

Natural selection

Woolroom is offering a 20 per cent discount to NHS workers for its British wool pillows, duvets, bedding sets and throws. Use THANKYOUNHS20 at the checkout with an NHS email. Deluxe Washable Wool Duvet, from £61.59 (was £76.99), Woolroom,

Sweet talk

NHS staff and emergency workers can enjoy an indulgent chocolate fix by getting 50 per cent off Hotel Chocolat’s moreish bars, boxes and gooey centres. A proper sweet spot.

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Sweet touch

Krispy Kreme is delivering half a million Original Glazed doughnuts via contactless drops, to hospitals, charities, food banks, police stations and carers. And nine UK Krispy Kreme drive-thrus will reopen to NHS and key workers only, who will get free hot drinks and doughnuts.

What a beauty

Beauty Kitchen is supplying NHS Scotland with 50,000 hand sanitisers in refillable, reusable bottles. The sustainable beauty brand is also donating over 230,000 hand creams, face masks and body lotions to support frontline workers and charities across the UK. Hand sanitisers are also available to buy from the site.

Natural beauty

Cult French beauty brand, L’Occitane has reassigned part of its manufacturing facility to produce verbena-scented hand sanitiser, with 20,000 bottles being shipped to UK hospitals. Plus 12,000 hand creams have also been given to the NHS to soothe sore hands from frequent hand-washing.

Leading lights

Lights4Fun are asking customers to nominate folk who have gone above and beyond in helping their community during the crisis, so they can send out a little sparkle in the post. You can also display your Christmas lights in the window or garden to show support to all our keyworkers. Share your images on #shinealight.

On your bike

NHS workers can hire electric bikes for three months at no charge thanks to e-bike retailer Fully Charged. The initiative gives doctors and nurses an alternative method for commuting to work in the capital.

Coffee culture

To help fuel the nation, Costa Coffee is delivering thousands of its Ready-To-Drink cans (over 850,000 so far) along with donating surplus food to local food banks, care homes, NHS teams, police, fire stations and key workers.