Covid 19: Emergency Appeal

£4,876.51

Raised

Donations

£10,000

Goal

Our frontline staff and volunteers provide first aid treatment and training, and vital support to our emergency services in the heart of Welsh communities, and work tirelessly to make Wales a safer place. 


We are in a state of national emergency and our services are needed now, more than ever. We’re working closely with the NHS supporting them in many aspects of emergency and non emergency care.  


In a time where our volunteers and staff are stepping up with the NHS to the frontline, we are facing truly challenging times. Our volunteers are no longer able to collect on the street or in suprtmarkets, we have had to stop first aid training courses and are seeing the cancellation of events which generate the funds we need to provide support across Wales. 


St John Ambulance Cymru were there and have supported people through some of the country’s highs and lows, from providing the first ambulance service for Wales, to being pitch side when Wales has won Grand Slams. And today, we need you to help us continue to be there.


We're committed to helping our NHS partners and will be there to deliver the care that's needed, but at

Please help St John Ambulance Cymru continue to provide frontline and community care at this time of need. 

We can’t say for sure how long it will be before our situation improves. We need you to donate to our emergency appeal today.

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      St John Cymru is a registered charity in England and Wales. No. 250523