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Tunbridge Wells Hospital has benefited from a generous charitable donation of £10,000 made by BNP Paribas Tunbridge Wells to support its Covid-19 response.

Staff at the hospital, part of the Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells NHS Trust, have worked tirelessly throughout the Covid-19 pandemic. The donation made to the Trust’s dedicated charity will help fund various staff welfare and wellbeing initiatives around physical and mental health.

Steve Orpin, Deputy Chief Executive and Chief Finance Officer, Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells NHS Trust, said: “We are very grateful to BNP Paribas for their generous donation, which will help to provide additional support for staff who have shown outstanding commitment and team work in these unprecedented times.

“Enhancing staff welfare and enabling them to continue to provide our patients with outstanding care is central to our Covid-19 response.”

Managing Director at BNP Paribas Tunbridge Wells David Morris commented: “The bank is pleased to show support to our local NHS Trust and the caring and dedicated staff who work there.”

BNP Paribas is committed to help fight the current crisis and hope this contribution will help.”

Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells NHS Trust Charitable Fund is a local registered charity, which helps to enhance the standard of care, services and facilities provided to patients, relatives, visitors and staff.

BNP Paribas Commercial Finance UK main office has been in Tunbridge Wells for over 25 years and the team like to play an active role in the local community. Over the past three years BNP Paribas has been growing its local activities and encouraging employees to participate in volunteer days and help local causes or charities that they are passionate about. BNP Paribas globally is focused on building a sustainable environment, supporting the economies locally and building relationships within the local community.