Donating to St John Scotland is easy, and your support will help us save and enhance more lives across Scotland.
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Any amount you can donate – great or small – will help us save and enhance lives across Scotland. Thank you.
By making a regular donation, you will be playing an important role in supporting our ongoing work, so that we can continue to save and enhance lives across Scotland.
A regular gift could support the upkeep of our Patient Transport vehicles, to help more people going through difficult treatments get to hospital in comfort; or help us increase access to life-saving defibrillators in more local communities across the country.
Easyfundraising can turn your everyday online shopping into free donations for St John Scotland. It’s easy – just start your online shopping first at easyfundraising, then shop as normal. Retailers will then make a small donation to St John Scotland.
A legacy gift will allow you to play an important part in supporting our work in years to come. Once you have provided for your loved ones, leaving a gift in your Will is a simple thing to do.
With your support, we can ensure we will be able to continue saving and enhancing lives in the coming years. Any gift, great, or small, can make a big difference.
For advice on making a Will or help to find a Solicitor, visit the Law Society of Scotland website
If you have already planned to leave a gift to St John Scotland in your will, we would love you to let us know – please contact us by clicking below.
CPR is a vital and easy-to-learn skill that can help save lives. But not enough people know what to do should the worst happen to a loved one. £5 could go towards the cost of providing a free training session so more people can learn how they can save a life
Around 3,500 people have a cardiac arrest each year in Scotland, yet currently only around one in 12 survive. Using a defibrillator alongside CPR can dramatically increase chances of survival. £10 could help more people be within minutes' reach of a life-saving device by helping towards the cost of providing a Public Access Defibrillator to a local community in Scotland
Every day, dozens of people undergoing cancer treatment or dialysis rely on volunteer-run St John Scotland Patient Transport services to get them to hospital. £25 could contribute towards the cost of a comfortable, reliable Patient Transport vehicle to help more people when they need it most