South Western Ambulance Charity

South Western Ambulance Charity

Supporter count

9 supporters

  • Mx M supported us with 1 ticket
  • Ms E supported us with 2 tickets
  • Ms D supported us with 5 tickets
  • Ms D supported us with 2 tickets
  • Mr S supported us with 5 tickets
  • Ms D supported us with 2 tickets

Next draw date

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01 June 2024

Draw results

£25,000 Jackpot

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  • Winner! Mr S (Torrington) Won £25.00!
  • Winner! Ms S (Totnes) Won 3 extra tickets!
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About us

About us
The aim of the South Western Ambulance Charity is to 'go the extra mile' for the exceptional staff, volunteer heroes and communities served by the South Western Ambulance Service. 

Although the Ambulance Service is funded by the government through the NHS, there is always a need for extra money to provide an even better service to patients. You can help us to do this in three main ways: 

By supporting our exceptional people

The Staying Well Service provides staff and volunteers of with help and support with their physical and mental health and wellbeing. The importance of having a confidential lifeline for those people who are, by the very nature of the work they do, often exposed to traumatic and disturbing events, can’t be underestimated. 

The Staying Well Service is funded by the South Western Ambulance Service with charitable income used to 'go the extra mile' to extend the support and services available to our exceptional people. Additionally, we support the personal development of our staff and volunteers through the provision of training and development bursaries.

By supporting communities

We improve cardiac survival rates by supporting defibrillator placement, maintenance and training across the 10,000 square miles served by our ambulance service. 

Increased public access to defibrillators results in more people receiving a life-saving shock as quickly as possible, giving them the best possible chance of survival.

By supporting our volunteer heroes

Volunteer Community First Responders (CFRs) operate in the communities in which they live or work, providing early lifesaving emergency aid ahead of ambulance arrival.  The South Western Ambulance Service is supported by over 800 Community First Responders, attending around 40,000 incidents each year – helping to save lives, reduce pain and provide reassurance to those requiring emergency care.   

CFRs are trained and governed by the South Western Ambulance Service. Each CFR Group is provided with an extensive kit bag containing everything required for basic life support in advance of an ambulance crew attending.

Charitable donations are used to 'go the extra mile' to support our volunteers by funding enhanced equipment and training over and above that provided by the Trust. 

Community First Responders are members of the public who volunteer to help reach those patients most in need.  CFRs can be called on at any time, day or night, and their contribution to our rural communities is invaluable. 

How donations to the Charity from the SeaMoor Lottery are used:

Donations are ring-fenced for use in the South Hams and West Devon area to 'go the extra mile' for our ambulance service staff and CFR groups through the provision of enhanced equipment and improved facilities.  Donations also provide increased public access to defibrillators in the South Hams and West Devon area. 

Thank you for you helping us go the extra mile and good luck!

Mrs Zoe Larter - Head of Charity

South Western Ambulance Charity

Registered charity in England and Wales  no.1049230.

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