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Elsewhere, Saffron has launched an exciting new initiative to encourage her fellow vloggers to donate their advertising income to NHS Charities Together.

The aim is for YouTube stars to donate their advertising income from one video of their choice to be uploaded on Super Saturday, which takes place on April 11, to support the NHS during the coronavirus pandemic.

Speaking about the idea, Saffron explained: “The YouTube world is such a great community – made up of so many talented individuals with a huge audience. 

“I really wanted to find a way for us to come together and help to support our amazing NHS in this time-of-need. Our front-line workers are doing such an amazing job and as a group we can make positive change.”

Saffron Barker is encouraging the UK’s YouTube community to donate their advertising income (AdSense) from one video uploaded on Saturday 11th April 2020 aka Super Saturday to NHS Charities Together #YOUTUBERS4NHSHEROES.



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