May 29, 2020 | ubcnewsworld |
Show Your Thanks For Healthcare Workers With Launched Charity Video Campaign Take 30 seconds to say 'thank you' to healthcare workers around the world who are putting their lives on the line for you and your loved ones. DHD Films, Tribute, and Energy Transfer have announced their Healthcare Heroes campaign if you want to show your gratitude for healthcare workers around the world. In the current global climate, healthcare professionals are putting their lives on the line to help keep the pandemic at bay. The announced Healthcare Heroes campaign allows you to upload a video of yourself speaking of your gratitude for specific healthcare professional or the entire healthcare front line. The Healthcare Heroes campaign was created to allow you to show appreciation of their care and sacrifice. Founded by DHD Films Founder and Creative Director Shezad Manjee, the Healthcare Heroes campaign was inspired by his wife Sophia, a healthcare professional herself. When asked if she has any hesitation about going to work during the time of crisis, Sophia instantly replied: "This is the time my patients and their families needs us most." Motivated by the response, Shezad wanted to find a way to say thank you to her, and the other healthcare professionals around Shezad created the Healthcare Heroes campaign and began a pro- bono partnership with Tribute, an online video collection service, which allowed people to upload their gratitude videos to the platform. Healthcare Heroes has now secured $100,000 from Energy Transfer, who will unlock $50 for every video that is submitted to Tribute. The campaign is looking for people from around the world to upload videos to help reach the $100,000 target and show their thanks to the healthcare community worldwide. Visit DHDFilms.com for more information.
Healthcare Heroes has announced its campaign for people to show their thanks to the healthcare community through gratitude videos, with $50 donated for every uploaded video and a $100,000 target.
Visit https://www.tribute.co/healthcareheroes for more information.