Brewgooder aims to facilitate a round of beer for all 1.2m NHS workers

Robyn Black

Robyn Black

24 March 2020

The craft brewer has created One On Us a platform that allows people to donate a four-pack of its beer and a message of support for anyone working in the NHS during the current coronavirus crisis

Brewgooder already donates all its profits to clean water projects around the world but is turning its attention to other good causes during the current crisis, including this initiative to say thank you to NHS staff.

The company is donating the first 50 care-packages completely free and is inviting its customers to sponsor additional packs for £6, which can be claimed directly by further NHS employees at a time suitable to them.

The donation covers the cost price of four beers, a message of support, and non-contact delivery to the recipient’s address. 

To redeem their beer, NHS staff simply need to enter their work email into the One On Us platform and tell Brewgooder where to send the beer and message of support to, when they are ready to receive it.

‘Up until now, our brand has been concentrated on funding clean water projects across the globe with any profits from our beer,’ said Brewgooder’s founder Alan Mahon.

‘While this remains our core mission, when we’re needing more support at home, we felt it was only right to do our part. So we’re giving people the chance to show their gratitude for the everyday commitment of these NHS champions and buy them one on us - for when they’re ready.’

To send a Brewgooder care-package to an NHS employee, head to: www.brewgooder.com/oneonus

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