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Special Thanks

Special Thanks

We would like to give special thank to the following communities, companies, organisations, services and people for their incredible support. Valuable support like this is the lifeblood of our work and enables us to provide support to those most in need.

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Our Volunteers!

We want to celebrate our incredible volunteers, who keep these humanitarian missions on track in so many ways.

Today, collectively, 64 volunteer hours were put in by the team. We even had one volunteer, Richard from Transim Solutions Ltd, drive five hours from Surrey to Cornwall, he then worked on fixing some issues with our ambulance whilst we unloaded his supplies, and he is now driving all the way back home to Surrey.

Honestly, we have been blown away by the generosity and dedication shown by the public and our volunteers. Together we can get these ambulances full of supplies to Ukraine.

We still need to fundraise for vehicle repairs and travel costs though, so if you can spare a few £‘s then, as ever, we would be incredibly grateful.

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Annie Vernon

Author of the award winning book, Mind Games, Annie Vernon, is selling signed copies for £16 inc P&P, with £5 of every sale going to Outreach Paramedics. 
DM Annie by the 10th December to get your hands on a copy.

Thank you Annie 

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UWE Bristol

We’re really excited to share that we have been donated an ambulance by UWE Bristol, all of us at Outreach Paramedics would like to extend our warmest thanks to UWE Brtisol! The ambulance has been used to train paramedics, but will be now put back into operational service in Ukraine.

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Autotech St Kew Highway

A huge thank you to Adam and Paul from Autotech St Kew Highway, for checking over our ambulance which is destined for Ukraine. For safety purposes, it is a vital that every ambulance sent over to Ukraine, is mechanically sound.

Thank you so much! 

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Saltash Fire Station

Our friends over at Saltash Community Fire Station are undertaking a mammoth challenge to raise funds for Outreach Paramedics in order to cover the  transportation costs of taking two ambulances to Ukraine.

They have called it the 999 Challenge- On the 19th November, 9 Firefighters wearing full kit including breathing apparatus (weighing 30kgs) will race 9 miles back and forth over the Tamar Bridge in under 9 hours. Please support if you can.

A huge thank you to the firefighters taking part in this challenge- we are so grateful of your support

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The Pysanka Craft Group

The Pysanka Craft Group have been busy creating unique and beautiful gifts for Christmas.

Our group make these gifts with love to raise funds to support Outreach Paramedics delivering first line emergency ambulances and training to our friends in Ukraine!

These beautiful Christmas crafts that will be on sale this weekend at The Core and Bliss Beauty this month. We would love to see you there, thank you 

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Redeemer Church -
Carols at The Core

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