Royal Hospital for Neuro Disability awarded £900
A charity supporting people with brain injury was donated £900 by Barclays Bank.
The money was awarded to the Royal Hospital for Neuro Disability, in West Hill, Putney, after bank staff held a charity evening.
A cheque was presented to the charity by Barclays Bank area director Vanessa Lavery and Maureen Davies, manager of the Barclays Bank branch in Putney.
Ms Davies raised £450 for the charity by holding a charity evening at the Star in Garter, in Lower Richmond Road, Putney, with help from the Thamesfield ward councillors.
She said: "The hospital does such wonderful work that we were delighted to help, and we hope to do more for it in the future."
The hospital treats patients with severe brain and neurological disabilities, including road crash victims and wounded soldiers.