Posted: Thursday - October 15, 2020 1:25 pm     
Volunteer ACP, Kevin Breitsprecher was awarded SARS volunteer of the year for 2020 at last night's virtual AGM. Kev has made an outstanding contribution to SARS this year across all areas of the charity.  

Kev was integral in getting our new team vehicle, SMED26 out on the road dedicating many hours to liaising with suppliers and ensuring that the specification was perfect before its successful launch in August. 

Earlier in the year, Kev did his bit for our cause by nominating himself and his family to do the virtual race around Suffolk raising £750 in the process.

Kev also joined the SARS clinical management committee this year, helping oversee clinical operations and maintaining our levels of clinical governance.

He also turned his hand to social media and graphic design, helping set up text campaigns for SARS and other online donation campaigns. 

Thank you Kev for all your brilliant efforts this year. Your award is very well deserved.
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Volunteer paramedic, Kevin Breitsprecher wins this years award

Posted: Thursday - October 15, 2020 1:25 pm     
Volunteer ACP, Kevin Breitsprecher was awarded SARS volunteer of the year for 2020 at last night's virtual AGM. Kev has made an outstanding contribution to SARS this year across all areas of the charity.  

Kev was integral in getting our new team vehicle, SMED26 out on the road dedicating many hours to liaising with suppliers and ensuring that the specification was perfect before its successful launch in August. 

Earlier in the year, Kev did his bit for our cause by nominating himself and his family to do the virtual race around Suffolk raising £750 in the process.

Kev also joined the SARS clinical management committee this year, helping oversee clinical operations and maintaining our levels of clinical governance.

He also turned his hand to social media and graphic design, helping set up text campaigns for SARS and other online donation campaigns. 

Thank you Kev for all your brilliant efforts this year. Your award is very well deserved.

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