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Falck want to give back to their patients

Falck want to give back to their patients

Date: 30 July 2021 | By: paul

We would like to say huge thank you to Falck for their generous donation of £920 to our charity.

Falck are a non-emergency patient support services who support 5 NHS Trusts as well as a number of Clinical Commissioning Groups across the United Kingdom. They pride themselves in providing the best in patient transport from the moment they meet the patients for collection to the very end of their journey.

A large part of Falck's  work in Swansea involves transporting patients to and from their essential dialysis appointments. Mary and the team in Swansea have formed close relationships with the patients they transport along with their families so when Mary was thinking of supporting a charity, the Paul Popham Fund Renal Support Wales seemed to be a natural choice because they provide vital support to renal patients of all ages in Wales.

Mary Allen, Senior Ambulance Care Assistant at Falck has been tirelessly fundraising through the pandemic and organising raffles to raise all important funds for the charity. Mary’s fundraising for the charity doesn’t stop here and she will continue to fundraise throughout the year,  Watch this Space !!!.

The Paul Popham Fund, Renal Support Wales would like to thank Mary for all her hard work and commitment and the money raised will help improve our kidney patients’ quality of life.

Mary Allen, Senior Ambulance Care Assistant at Falck said : "It is my pleasure to support you. It also gives me joy not only raising money but to also see some of the patients able to get out and enjoy themselves. Looking forward to the next event we have planned".

Anna Powell, Children and Youth Community Engagement Officer said : "From speaking to Mary her passion for raising money for the charity shone through and her continued support will make a huge difference to our patients’ lives".

We will keep you posted on Mary's fundraising on behalf of the charity.


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