My name is Nahla-Rose, I'm 8 years-old. Over my Easter holidays, I have been making PPE (Personal protective Equipment) for the NHS on my Grandma's 3D printer. When I found out that the NHS were risking their lives to save sick people, it made me feel very sad, so I wanted to do something to help. I learned how to use the 3D printer and then I used my pocket money to buy the materials for the first batch of PPE Visors/Masks, which we have now donated to hospitals.
I have had lots of requests for these masks and I would love to continue making them along with my family, as I'm now back to home schooling. Unfortunately I have nearly run out of materials, which we would need to keep going.
I have set up this page for anybody who would like to help our NHS heroes stay protected. All the hospitals that I have donated to so far have been so grateful, saying how comfortable and, most importantly how protected they feel when wearing them. : )
I would like to continue making these masks for those that need them.
Any donations would be greatly appreciated and all excess funds received will be given to our NHS.
Your help will make a difference...
If you would like to stay up to date on my progress, please feel free to visit my instagram page: @madebynahla
Thanks for stopping by and your continued support xx
Stay Safe x
- Edward Essel
- Lynn Howard
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- Lawrence Alphonse
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