Is St John Scotland similar to St John Ambulance?
St John Scotland and St John Ambulance both belong to the wider St John family, but do very different work. Unlike St John Ambulance, which operates first aid and ambulance services in England, St John Scotland supports projects such as public access defibrillators, patient transport and mountain rescue.
How can I support St John Scotland?
St John Scotland welcomes supporters of all ages, backgrounds and faiths. Most of our volunteers give their time and expertise to help with fundraising activities and organising events. If you are interested in volunteering, click ‘Support Us’ to find out more.
People who wish to offer significant support and active involvement are encouraged to become Priory Members. This means that they are added to the mailing list for our newsletter and yearbook, and are kept informed about activities in their area.
A Priory Member can also take an active part in area committee meetings, and those aged 18 or over are eligible to serve on their area committee and vote on certain matters.
How can make a donation to St John Scotland?
You can help to support our projects by clicking the Donate button at the top of the page. You can also use www.easyfundraising.org.uk to raise free donations for St John Scotland while you shop.
I have a press enquiry, who do I talk to?
Can I use your logo on my website or promotional materials?
Unfortunately not, but we'd be more than happy to provide you with materials such as posters and leaflets should you undertake any fundraising or volunteering with us.
I have feedback I'd like to give, who should I contact?