Robert Plant has donated "several thousand pounds" in the effort to help supply the UK's National Health Service (NHS) scrubs and masks for frontline COVID-19 health workers. Blabbermouth reported MG Sportswear, usually produces uniforms for schools, sports teams, and other professional services, but had to sideline its production when it was forced to furlough staff due to the pandemic.

Business manager Kim Calder told Britain's Express & Star: "We have just received a generous donation from Robert Plant that ensures we can continue to get fabric but with some of our workers needing to self-isolate and just to be able to get the garments out quickly we could do with local stitchers services, if possible. Other people making scrubs locally seem to be struggling with getting the patterns and cutting the garments but that is something we are able to do on mass. However, stitching the garments or even a section of the garment would be a massive help."

Robert Plant said in statement: "We're all in our own vacuums within our own homes feeling relatively safe, so I'm pleased to be able to support the work that these good people are doing for our frontline nurses, doctors, carers etc. in providing much-needed scrubs and masks. It would be great for them to get more support and funds ensuring they can carry on making what is needed."