CNM Nutrition students fundraise to improve indoor air quality for the residents and staff of Muriel Street Care Home, Islington, London.
Having already raised funds for a much needed Vitamix and fresh produce for the Muriel Street Care Home during the first covid lockdown, a dedicated team of Nutrition students from the College of Naturopathic Medicine have now raised funds for indoor plants designed to improve air quality in the Islington Care Home. The students also presented the Care Home nurses with flowers to show appreciation for the invaluable work they do with the vulnerable elderly. The CNM students have raised the funds during their ongoing GoFundMe campaign “Food for Thought”.
They say, “We wanted to continue showing our support to the staff and residents of this wonderful Care Home in the ongoing covid situation and providing plants which naturally improve indoor air quality seemed an excellent idea.”
For more details on this amazing initiative: https://www.gofundme.com/f/NHS-Care-Givers
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