• Safe & Effective
  • Kind & Caring
  • Exceeding Expectation
Charity and Volunteer Awards 2021

Charity and Volunteer Awards 2021

Our Charity: The RWT Charity and Volunteer Awards 2021

The main aim of The Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust Charity is to help enhance the care and experiences of our patients, their families and the staff that treat them. Charitable funds are used to provide additional resources that the NHS cannot provide. 

The Trust cares for people at very vulnerable times in their lives and the charity supports the Trust to uphold its professional values and standards to be Safe & Effective, Kind & Caring and to Exceed Expectation.

In the last 25 years we have raised nearly £19.6 million. Thank you to all our supporters who have made this possible.  Their assistance has helped to make a real difference to the lives of our patients, their families and our dedicated, hardworking staff.

It has helped us to provide:
  • Additional facilities to enhance the healing environment
  • Additional equipment to enhance patient care and experiences
  • Opportunities for additional staff training (above & beyond mandatory training)
  • Opportunities for further medical knowledge through research

Our Charity: About the RWT Charity and Volunteer Awards 2021

The Charity & Volunteer Awards is a highlight in everyone’s calendar as it gives us the opportunity to thank all of our dedicated supporters and volunteers for their tireless support.

Help us celebrate our 25th anniversary of being entered onto the Central Register of Charities.

We will be hosting a virtual event at 2pm on Thursday, November 25th that you are all cordially invited to. You will be able to join via an MS Teams link which will be shared very soon.

Special guests will open the event and will present certificates to the winners and highly commended individuals of our annual RWT Charity & Volunteer Awards.

If you aren’t able to make the virtual event, check back here from Friday, November 26th to watch it back. 

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