West Midlands Ambulance Service say thank you to volunteers

West Midlands Ambulance Service chiefs are thanking their volunteers during a national awareness week.

Yesterday marked the start of National Volunteer Week where, across the country, people who give up their time for free are thanked by the organisations they help.

Service bosses are extending their gratitude for the "amazing work" that their volunteers do, day in, day out, to support staff and the public at large. Trust Chief Executive, Anthony Marsh, said:

“Whether you are a BASICS Emergency Doctor, a community first responder, someone who trains people in CPR, a volunteer car driver or someone who raises vital funding for one of our air ambulance charities, your work is immense and helps to save lives.

“I would also like to pay tribute to the work of the Trusts Governors who help the organisation on an on-going basis.

“We have staff, publicly elected and appointed governors who all give freely of their time to bring their counsel, support and guidance to how the organisation develops.  I am very grateful for all that you do to support us.”

For more information on National Volunteers Week, you can visit the website at volunteersweek.org.


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