01 July 2014 - Help us find our anonymous Saint!

The North West Ambulance Service is appealing for help after a total of £1,250.00 was anonymously sent to the Service over the past seven months.

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The Trust is trying to get to the bottom of this heavenly gesture and find out who has sent the donations so they can be thanked. To date the Trust has received five postal orders of £250 via the Royal Liverpool Ambulance Liaison desk totalling £1,250.00.

The identity of the sender is unfortunately a mystery to NWAS and the staff at the hospital have no idea who has sent them either. The donations were made on the following dates:

  • 1st November 2013
  • 2nd January 2014
  • 19th February 2014
  • 21st February 2014
  • 6th May 2014

Funds donated for general purposes are used for the welfare of staff and patients of the Trust and placed into the Trust's Charitable Funds.

Kelly Jackson, Head of Patient Transport Services said; "The Trust is very grateful for the donations and it is a lovely gesture.  We are a little shocked by the amount of money that has been given from what we presume to be one and the same person, especially without a name or form of identity. We would love to know who our benefactor is and thank them personally. All we know is that the person is likely to live in the Merseyside area, be a user of our patient transport service and a frequent visitor to the Royal Liverpool Hospital."

If our donator is reading this, please contact us on 01204 498400, so we can say a big thank you.