CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
Prescient’s COVID-19 fundraising initiative
Prescient is raising money to support the doctors, nurses, paramedics and other healthcare professionals providing care to patients during this crisis. These amazing people are risking their lives on a daily basis to save us and our loved ones.
WHAT WE ARE DOING
The Prescient team is getting creative during quarantine
We have created a digital wall of our teams’ videos, photos, paintings and poems – and everything in between! We hope our creativity brings a smile to your face.
Jamie Denison-Pender’s son Archie has written, composed and sung a beautiful song called “Waiting”
“Let it go!” from Frozen by Stuart Crichton and his fiancé
“Do You Hear the People Sing” from Les Misérables by Stuart Crichton
“A Whole New World” from Aladdin by Stuart Crichton
“May the force be with you!” by Stuart Crichton and his fiancé
“Wingardium Leviosa!” The levitation charm from Harry Potter by Stuart Crichton and his fiancé
Please consider donating to Prescient’s fundraising initiative
We are raising money in support of the healthcare workers on the frontline during the COVID-19 pandemic. Whatever amount we raise will be matched by Prescient on a weekly basis, ensuring the much-needed funds can be delivered on a regular basis until we meet our goal.
We have identified three charity organizations in the UK, US and India:
This charity acknowledges and supports the NHS staff, volunteers and patients impacted by COVID-19; this primarily includes funding wellbeing packs/gifts for staff and volunteers in wards/departments, providing devices to patients to communicate with friends and family while in the hospital or isolating and offering long-term mental health support.
This charitable organization has two main aims: To acquire, distribute and deliver PPE to healthcare workers, including janitors, and to coordinate with food delivery services to have meals sent to hospitals.
India: PM CARES Fund
The objective of this government-owned national fund is to provide relief during the COVID-19 pandemic. The donations will be used to create or upgrade healthcare and pharmaceutical facilities or other necessary infrastructures, fund relevant research and provide other support as needed.