In support of our NHS, Six by Nico restaurants have created a limited edition unisex NHS hoodie, priced at £25 with a size range from S to XL.
100 percent of profits from every sale of a Six by Nico hoodie will be donated to Six by Nico's chosen NHS charity, The Beatson West of Scotland Cancer Centre.
Six by Nico hoodies have previously only been available to employees but the team hope to raise funds with this initiative for The Beatson, who face an estimated 50 percent drop in income because of the coronavirus pandemic.
The team's aspiration is to increase awareness of the NHS services and staff who continue to need our support while saving lives of those who suffer from other diseases.
The Six by Nico X NHS hoodies have recently been released in a range of eight colours and are available to buy online for home delivery.
The Beatson provides cancer services for 60 per cent of Scotland's population and offers unrivalled opportunities to cancer professionals, from laboratory to clinic to ward.
The centre provides West of Scotland cancer patients and staff with the most cutting edge equipment, treatments and surroundings to fight cancer.
Chef Nico Simeone said: "We are truly humbled by the generosity and loyalty we have from our Six by Nico community and our teams have been working on this idea for a while now in the hope to raise money for our NHS.
"Our unique foodie community means everything to us and more than ever before so do our NHS and care workers. The NHS have been there for me and my family during our times of need and as a small gesture of our thanks, we wanted to reach out to our customers across the UK and lend a hand in raising much needed funds.
"By purchasing our limited edition Six by Nico X NHS hoodies, 100 per cent of the profits will go directly to The Beatson."
Pre orders for the Six by Nico X NHS hoodies are now available priced at £25 and include UK delivery.
Colours include black, white, royal blue, cherry red, navy, pink, sand and graphite heather. Orders can be placed from now until Sunday 3rd May.