The mysterious company responsible for leaving quite a few ‘thank you’ cards with £10 notes in them is still helping to uplift the morale of medics in the south east of England…
Whilst we have previously been contacted by someone connected with the company concerned, we have no idea who the generous business is or how many more ‘thank you’ notes they have left.
At least ten of the notes have so-far been found by medics when they return to their emergency ambulances having either dropped off a patient to A&E or having finished dealing with an emergency (or 111) call.
Two of the most recent recipients of free coffee and cakes were two happy medics working for South Central Ambulance Service (SCAS).
In a tweet, SCAS said:
“We knew that they were awesome, but Sophie & Dan from our Basingstoke base found a lovely note from a mystery person on their truck this PM telling them it too!
“Thank you for gifting us with our coffee money
“It was the loveliest gesture to receive and really made our day!”.
In a message sent to our page by a follower, it was pointed out that SCAS seem more ‘willing’ to allow their hardworking and dedicated staff to keep hold of the kind gestures than their oppos in the London Ambulance Service (LAS).
LAS Crews have also been the lucky recipients of these notes which are coming from the same donor, but LAS staff have been told to hand over the money to their supervisors.
There can be little denying that these random acts of kindness are going a long way to ignite the morale of the men and women on the thin green line.
And it’s heartwarming to know that a private company values the work of emergency ambulance personnel to the point where they are happy to share some of their profits with these life-saving medics.
And I am sure that if LAS management did decide to let their crews keep these notes, then it would go down very well with their staff…..#JustSaying!
We knew they were awesome, but Sophie & Dan from our Basingstoke base found a lovely note from a mystery person on their truck this pm telling them it too! "Thank you for gifting us with our coffee money. It was the loveliest gesture to receive and really made our day!" pic.twitter.com/OJfEmSsZQ2
— SCAS (@SCAS999) November 9, 2018
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