Skip to main content

Make a pledge for NHS 75

Pledge NHS75 Banner

As part of NHS 75 celebrations – to mark 75 years since the formation of the National Health Service in 1948 – we want to encourage healthcare colleagues across Bradford District and Craven to make a public pledge.

We know our workforce is one of the best there is and by signing up to one of our pledges you can help play a role in supporting the NHS this special birthday year.

Our aim is to reach over 75 pledges from colleagues across our place – this is open to everyone whether you work in health and care that is in the NHS, our local authorities, in our voluntary and community sector, or independent care providers. We all Act as One to keep people ‘happy, healthy at home’.

Please take a look at the pledge options below and make your pledge today!

30

The number of pledges so far made by our colleagues

Our public pledges, which one will you make?

face with a medical cross on it

Become a mental health first-aider

Recognise those that may be experiencing poor mental health and provide them with first-level support and early intervention.
runner figure

Parkrun for the NHS

Physical activity is good for your body and mind and is part of Living Well.
family figure

VCSE volunteer support

The communications and involvement team will be in touch with you about suitable opportunities.
badge with medical cross

Get involved in local research

Taking part in research means you are helping to improve care and treatments for the future.
hand holding three people figures

Become an NHS ambassador

The ‘NHS Ambassadors’ programme connects NHS staff with schools to give talks about the wide and stimulating range of careers across the Service – both clinical and non-clinical.

How to make your pledge

All you need to do now is simply complete a few details using our online form below and press the submit button.

Please be assured that your details will not be used for any other reason than celebrating the positive message about the NHS75 pledge. This may include sharing news about your pledge in newsletters and social media.

See who's already pledging their support

Tom Underwood photo

Tom Underwood

Tom is the head of communications and involvement at Bradford District and Craven Health and Care Partnership.
He has pledged to support being a mental health first aider.

Ash Alom photo

Ash Alom

Ash is the head of partnership development at Bradford District and Craven Health and Care Partnership.
He has pledged to take part in the NHS parkrun.

Jean Taylor photo

Jean Taylor

Jean is PA/Senior Corporate Officer at Bradford District and Craven Health and Care Partnership.
She has pledged to take part in the NHS parkrun.