Daniel Hull, from Bognor Regis, is asking people to donate a minimum of £5 to have a chance to win a framed print of the artwork, named ‘Shine Bright’.
The 29-year-old , who is passionate about making art, said he wanted to do more to help amid the pandemic.
His picture, which he said had proved ‘quite popular’ so far, shows a group of NHS workers facing a bright rainbow.
He said: “I just thought it would be nice to show them walking off to victory after the end of a shift, to the light at the end of the tunnel.”
Mr Hull, who has worked as a porter for the last four years, said it was a ‘surreal’ time to be working at the hospital, adding: “Everyday is a different challenge.”
All donations will go towards the NHS Charities Together fund – donate at justgiving.com/fundraising/shinebright-strichards
Mr Hull will be posting updates on his instagram page, which can be found at @dhneedlesartist
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