Tottenham Hotspur launch #HotspurHeroes campaign
According to the club’s official site, Tottenham Hotspur have launched the #HotspurHeroes campaign. The purpose of this initiative is to highlight the work of Spurs fans at the forefront of the fight against COVID-19.
The club has given the fans an opportunity to nominate those deserving of recognition. They will then be celebrated for their contributions.
Nominations can include any Spurs fans currently working on the frontline. This includes health and social care workers, teachers, police and emergency response officers, supermarket and public transport staff and volunteers. It can also include anyone else who continues to fulfil essential functions despite the difficult circumstances.
The first Hotspur Hero
The distinction of being the first Hotspur Hero has gone to Danielle Morrish. She is an NHS receptionist from London.
Not only has she continued to work throughout the pandemic, but also gone one step further in support of the organization. She helped raise over £2,200 for NHS Charities via a sponsored walk.
Spurs skipper Hugo Lloris caught up with Danielle to find out more about her efforts.
The Tottenham Hotspur stadium continues to be utilized by the NHS. It also acts as a food distribution hub for local people. The club has received an overwhelming amount of messages from supporters and others highlighting the work of Spurs fans at the forefront of the fight against COVID-19.
A number of Spurs stars and also manager Jose Mourinho have also done their bit to help in any way they can.
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The #HotspurHeroes initiative finally gives us an opportunity to bring to the fore those heroes who have gone above and beyond the call of duty.
Not all heroes may wear capes, but some sure do wear a Tottenham jersey. It’s time the world knew.