We support initiatives which enable staff to develop their skills and expand their knowledge so they can provide even better care. Charitable funds also support staff wellbeing by providing initiatives to help them relax and take care of themselves. Below are just a few examples:
Established in March 2020, Project Wingman is a well-being charity that supports NHS care workers with their mental health. With their Project Wingman bus, they provide a safe space for busy staff to decompress, de-stress and unwind during the working day.
We were proud to fund the Project Wingman bus to visit our staff for a week this year.
“The Project Wingman visits have been great. It has given staff space to switch off on their breaks and to recharge before returning to their roles. This is one of many well being initiatives that the charity has supported recently. This helps to ensure we provide an array of staff care that as many of our colleagues as possible can access.” – Liz Blackburn, Deputy Chief Nurse
QVH’s prestigious staff awards ceremony
Every day, our dedicated teams and individuals go to amazing lengths to provide exceptional care for our patients. It is so important that we recognise and celebrate their efforts and thank them for their commitment. NEED SOME TEXT HERE ABOUT THE AWARD CEREMONY
“The staff awards are the annual highlight of our calendar. It‘s a chance to get together and celebrate our wonderful colleagues who provide exceptional care to our patients, whether that is directly or in one of our many supporting teams. Thank you QVH Charity for making this event possible.“ – Rob Stevens, Interim Chief People Officer