Volunteer for SARS

SARS volunteer ethos makes our charity stand out.

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Life saving stats

SARS is the first medical resource on scene in around 31% of incidents attended

SARS has responded to over 19000 call outs

Over 7000 clinical hours volunteered annually

£0 cost to the patients we treat

SARS volunteer ethos makes our charity stand out. All our clinicians volunteer their time without charge and their medical care is provided at no cost to the patients we treat. 

Our charity volunteers provide vital support to our clinical cohort by helping fundraise for equipment, raising awareness at events and giving administrative support at SARS headquarters. Our trustees all volunteer their time and expertise to help govern the charity and define our strategic direction. SARS really is a team effort and without volunteers, we simply would not exist.

“One thing I knew I could do was stand up in front of a group of people and talk. Raising awareness, raises funds and I have the satisfaction that I am contributing just a little bit to help.” 
Elizabeth, SARS Charity Volunteer

What is in it for you? 

The potential benefits of volunteering include enjoyment, satisfaction, achievement, broadening your life experience, meeting people, making new friends, reducing stress, improving physical health, learning new skills.

Clinical Team Volunteer 

If you are interested in becoming part of the SARS volunteer clinical team, please download, print and complete the following documents:

Recruitment Policy
Role Specification Doctor Document
Role Specification Paramedic Document
Responder Application

Once you have completed all 3 documents please email them to admin@sars999.org.uk 

March 2024 update - We are currently not accepting any new clinical responder applications unless you are already an established L2/3 clinician with a local HEMS or BASICS charity. We are also unable to process any new requests for observer shifts until further notice.

Charity Volunteer

If you want to become a SARS charity volunteer, please download and complete the form below. 

Make a donation

We rely on donations to support our life-saving activity.

SARS receives no central government funding. We rely on voluntary donations to fund equipment and training for our clinical volunteers. Please help us offer the best possible service to the people of Suffolk and its surrounding areas. 

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