Buy #hellomynameis sticky name labels here – they can be used in hospitals, schools, business, universities – in fact everywhere for all ages…. see more here Buy here or in resources section
Buy your very own personalised mugs and coasters here.
Launched today and will make an ideal gift!! You will also be helping to raise money for the Yorkshire Cancer Centre… see resources section for more details
If you now visit the support section you can see more about the ongoing support and commitment from WHIS to #hellomynameis. Thank you
As I’m sure many of you are aware we have been developing various forms of merchandise over the last few years and I am pleased to announce that recently we released the new lanyards and #hellomynameis card holders which can be bought in multiples from 1 upwards!! The name badges continue to sell extremely well and it makes me so proud when i walk through hospitals and other organisations across the world and see them proudly being worn.
***NEW – Wristbands**
After sampling different styles i am now comfortable with informing you of where you can purchase the wristbands from. They are a great way of promoting the campaign and a reminder of common courtesy every day. They are relatively cheap also (approx 70p each) and i suggest you buy in bulk then sell for a donation which you can then donate to a charity of your choice or one of our chosen charities.
See the resources page for further details
Thank you all for continued support – lets continue to raise money, awareness and make my beautiful Kate proud…
Here is the video of clips from the recent tour that the campaign did across Australia and New Zealand. Delivering 21 talks in 25 days and travelling many thousands of miles.
The uptake was fantastic and I was made uber welcome in all places I visited – thank you all
Chris is now spreading the #hellomynameis campaign at various hospitals, trusts, conferences and universities across the world as part of the global tour Check out the events section for more details about upcoming events.
Thanks to Trevor Bird who has written an original song “Hello My Name Is”. This can be downloaded from iTunes. All profits are to St Gemmas Hospice, Leeds.