Unite The Uniforms

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#UniteTheUniforms for the @999Cenotaph

  Today – Friday 3rd December 2021 – schools, colleges, and universities in every region of the UK will hold a unique non-uniform day in honour of the millions of people who have served in the NHS and emergency services.

 The #UniteTheUniforms for the @999Cenotaph campaign will see students, parents, teachers and the public wearing the colours of the emergency services (red, blue, green or orange) and donating £1 towards building the UK’s first ‘Emergency Services Cenotaph’ which is supported by His Royal Highness The Duke of Cambridge.

Your students and pupils are the future of the NHS and emergency services.

        We know how busy our fine teachers and lecturers are, as such, we have designed this campaign with that in mind.

If your school, college or university IS going to participate, please let us know by clicking here and completing this 1-minute form. (CLICK HERE)

Are you a:

Primary school

Secondary school


College or sixth form


University

PRESS RELEASE: Campaign Announcement

Read the press release announcing the campaign by clicking here.

FAQs

Click here to view the frequently asked questions about the Unite The Uniforms campaign. Please read the FAQ list before contacting us.

Terms and conditions for text donation:

• For text donation, you will be charged the donation amount plus your standard network text charge – usually around 13p. The 999 Cenotaph receives 100% of your donation.

• You must have the bill payer’s permission to send a text donation to the 999 Cenotaph. Over 16s only.

• You can read the full terms and conditions for text donation at www.999Cenotaph.org.uk/donationpolicy