JABS Army volunteers with hundreds of shifts under their belts have encouraged Sun readers to help with vaccination blitz.
Since its inception in January, these amazing protectors have been the backbone of our drive.
They marshal the car park, help keep the queues moving, wipe the chairs and provide a friendly face.
Muhammad Khatib, 34, of Hunts, Rome, made 104 shifts and helped the poor with purchases.
He said: “I was born in Syria and I had to flee. This country took care of me. I wanted to give back and showing a Muslim did not mean terrorism.
Vedor Barry Church, 79, has completed 110 shifts.
“It helps others, makes you feel good and gives you a great sense of purpose,” he said.
Trevor Henderson, 61, of Peterborough, has completed 114 shifts.
He said: “Once we are all vaccinated, we can go to clubbing – which in my case is a golf course.”
About 66,000 readers have volunteered.
But now with jobs being offered to 16- and 17-year-olds, many areas need help, including Bradford and Coventry.
How to join
Bullies can register online. nhsvolunteerponders.org.uk Or by scanning the QR code above your smartphone.
You will be asked to download the Goodsam Responder app, which will link you to a character.
You only need two to six hour shifts a month at a job center. Your expenses will be covered and no experience or qualification is required.
You will be in a team with NHS staff and volunteers. The Royal Volunteer Service will conduct appropriate background checks.
Go to: nhsvolunteerponders.org.uk