Badgemaster Launches NHS Appreciation Charity Button Badges

Press Release : May 13, 2020
Badgemaster Launches NHS Appreciation Charity Button Badges

Badgemaster has released a #ThankYouNHS line of button badges, with £1 from every purchase being donated to the NHS charity.

With the public staying indoors to help support our NHS, these button badges are the perfect way to donate to the NHS while proudly displaying your support during those essential food shops and daily outdoor exercise activities.

Badgemaster is also offering a range of other helpful notification badges for the public. These messages include “Please Keep Your Distance”, “Vulnerable Person”, and “I’m Happy to Help You If You Are Social Distancing”.

Ian Bradbeer, managing director at Badgemaster, said of the launch:

“Button badges are a great way to promote your message — a low cost and effective promotional tool, perfect to put your message out there! We’re producing these badges to give people the opportunity to easily display their support for the NHS, and at the same time, we felt this is an excellent vehicle to raise money for the  NHS Charities Together Campaign in aid of the NHS Charities COVID-19 Appeal.”

The company is operating to support key workers across the country, with it being essential for the factory to remain open to create the building passes and badges essential workers such as NHS staff need for their day-to-day work.

To purchase your #ThankYouNHS badges, or your social-distancing alert badges, visit https://www.badgemaster.co.uk/enamel-badges/pin-badges-buy-online

 

 

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About Badgemaster: We are the UK’s leading badge manufacturer and supplier. Each year we provide millions of name badges, lanyards, and photo IDs.

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