King's Volunteers win Lammy Award
The King's Volunteers have been awarded the Lammy Award for' Kindness' by NHS Lambeth CCG for their support in the wake of recent major incidents
The Lammy Awards were launched by Lambeth CCG in 2015, and seek to recognise NHS and council staff, health and care teams and individuals who live and work in the borough who go the extra mile to support the health and care of others.
King's – as one of the Capital's four Major Trauma Centres – treated patients from the Westminster Bridge attack, London Bridge and Borough attacks, and the Grenfell Tower fire.
Recognisable in their distinctive orange t-shirts or lanyards, the Volunteers helped in many ways, from providing emotional and practical support to patients, families and those looking for their loved ones to managing enquiries about donations and distributing items that had been donated.
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