The Sun’s Who Cares Wins Appeal gets £50,000 boost from mystery millionaire – The Sun

OUR brilliant Who Cares Wins Appeal to raise £1million for NHS workers yesterday received a £50,000 boost — thanks to a generous tycoon.

The donation by a millionaire who does not wish to be identified takes our total raised so far to more than £700,000.

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Give now to The Sun's NHS appeal

BRITAIN’s four million NHS staff are on the frontline in the battle against coronavirus.

But while they are helping save lives, who is there to help them?

The Sun has launched an appeal to raise £1MILLION for NHS workers.

The Who Cares Wins Appeal aims to get vital support to staff in their hour of need.

We have teamed up with NHS Charities Together in their urgent Covid-19 Appeal to ensure the money gets to exactly who needs it.

The Sun is donating £50,000 and we would like YOU to help us raise a million pounds, to help THEM.

No matter how little you can spare, please donate today here

www.thesun.co.uk/whocareswinsappeal

The cash will go to NHS charities to help make life easier for medical staff as they battle to save Covid-19 victims.

Despite living in uncertain times, generous Sun readers are still donating to our fund.

And hundreds of you have already pledged to join Thursday's brilliant round-the-world-in-a-day bike marathon to raise even more.

At 4am endurance cyclist Mark Beaumont and 79 other riders will climb on to static bikes at their homes and each ride 240miles by the 8pm Clap for Carers tribute.

That means they will have ridden a total of 18,000 miles, raising £1 a mile for the Who Cares Wins appeal.

And you can join in as well by completing as many or as few miles as you can manage on a static bike, treadmill or rowing machine.

Mark plans to stage a World in A Day event every Thursday until the end of lockdown.

Find out more at worldinaday.com.

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