Sure, you could give them a round of applause, volunteer or donate supplies, but if you want to help our key workers enjoy their, er, downtime more, why not try sending them nudes?
No, we’re not advocating for you to slide into their DMs with your thirsty pics.
All you have to do is snap your saucy self and send it to a team of people who’ll add it to an online collection dedicated to NHS workers.
London DJ and Producer Alex Warren launched the charity campaign and said:
We're looking for a range of nudes; arty nudes that can be classy, artistic, tongue in cheek or something to make our key workers day a little bit brighter. We want to celebrate diversity and empower people of all appropriate age to share nudes. You are welcome to hide your face to protect your identity.
It’s a campaign called “Nudes for Heroes” and it’s run through a special OnlyFans account – basically a subscription platform to share adult content.
NHS workers interested in accessing the free gallery of random nudes can fill out a form, which includes uploading a photo of your NHS ID.
For non-NHS workers, you can pay £9.99 per month for the subscription, which will also be donated to the NHS.
It's one of many fundraising strategies which have been put in place to support key workers during the coronavirus pandemic, although many people are of the opinion that a properly government-funded healthcare system may be preferable to individuals trying to raise the money... Still there's no doubt it's at least brought out many people's creative sides.
Interested in submitting your nudes? There’s a release form you need to sign that states:
I grant Nudes for Heroes the royalty-free and non-exclusive rights to distribute my submitted photograph(s) on their OnlyFans account. I also certify that I do not have any interest in the copyright to the photograph(s) nor shall I receive any payment for these.
Basically, you’re giving up your legal right to own the adult material you submit.
Even if you have a change of heart, the campaign will take it down but they cannot stop third parties who may have already downloaded the image/s.
So what will it be – clapping those hands or those cheeks?