The past 18 months have seen our communities come together to support each other and collaborate in the most creative ways we could find in the most challenging times we could ever have imagined. All throughohttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CBrtA4qXK4Uut this pandemic, we have been protected, treated and healed by heroes and heroines on the front line, fighting to save lives whilst risking their own.
And in honour of these angels, as we gradually move away from the looming threat of the virus and towards a more protected nation, we couldn’t be more excited to bring to you the biggest collaboration of all.
The Blizzards have came together for a specially recorded version of one of their biggest hits – top of the download charts and top 10 single for 4 weeks - Trust Me I’m A Doctor.
This exciting collaboration came about to raise awareness and funding for Hero’s Aid, an incredible not-for-profit organisation providing access to a range of wellbeing services for front line workers, including: a 24hr Freephone helpline, counselling services, online wellbeing support tools and specialist wellbeing information. Other benefits, such as exclusive online offers for frontline healthcare workers and their families are being introduced with the relaunched Heroes Aid website.
In a moving show of solidarity to honour this vital support service for our determinedly dedicated front line workers, Trust Me I’m A Doctor will be played on every single radio station in Ireland at the exact same time, encouraging listeners to donate at www.gofundme.com/HeroesAid21 or TEXT HERO to 50300
The hope is that all radio stations will playlist this new orchestral version of the song as we collectively aim to raise awareness to front line workers that that Hero’s Aid is available, and also raise enough funding to provide counselling and other types of practical support for our frontline healthcare heroes over the next two years.
Before we move on past this global catastrophe, now is the time to give back to the people who were there for us when we needed it most.