Our promise - When you give us your precious time or hard earned cash we will...

Train & equip volunteers

The ambulance at the end of the street
Read more

Train & equip communities to save lives

Lifesaving equipment in your area
Read more

Enhance and develop the care we give

State of the art healthcare
Read more

“One of your responders was called out to my mother who had been taken seriously ill, I was  very impressed. I would like to make a donation to the local responders group.”

“I’m enclosing a cheque for £1000 in thanks for all the help you gave prior to my brother in law’s death. Your kindness and quick response was much appreciated.The crews are so kind.”

“I will never forget the kindness of the ambulance crew who attended this afternoon. I would like you to accept my donation of £50. Sorry it can’t be more – you all do such a brilliant job.”

“My experience of the ambulance service was deeply impressive.  Gentle but very strong, they manoeuvred me down some difficult stairs very fast, and did their best to deal with my quite intense pain.  I thought they were brilliant” John Simpson.

Simon Weston CBE

An interview with our Patron

 

 

 

 

 

Click here to watch Simon

The real local heroes

Community First Responders in your area
Find your nearest scheme

Volunteer For Us

Exciting opportunites to make a real difference
Find out more

…and now for the news

Coop Community Awards Support CFR Schemes

Six of our Community First Responder Schemes recently received community grants from their local Coop stores. Slough, Maidenhead, Bitterne, New Milton, Lower Earley and our Hayling Island Schemes all received cheques of between £1300 and £4500. Funds were raised by...

We teach you how to save a life

On Wednesday afternoon SCA Charity volunteers took part in an Emergency Services Roadshow at Southampton Station, where they had a steady stream of members of the public keen to learn how to do hands only CPR. Watch this clip from ITV Meridian to find out...

CFRs Stuart and Amy talk about what volunteering for SCAS is really like

Listen to CFRS Stuart O'Connor and Amy Empson talking on BBC Radio Solent yesterday about what volunteering for SCAS is really like and why they do it. If you think you could become a Community First Responder, or just want to help the charity by raising some money to...

Volunteering for a Healthier Community – we need your help!

Do you have what it takes to help in a medical emergency, help patients attend vital medical appointments, or simply fundraise for our charity? At the South Central Ambulance Charity, we’re looking for more volunteers from your community to work as Community First...