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Outreach Paramedics

Outreach Paramedics is crowdfunding

raised of £8,000 target by 103 supporters

Weʼre raising £8,000 to send a team of paramedics to Ukraine, to deliver medical aid and training to firefighters.

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We are Outreach Paramedics, a registered not for profit, UK based organisation made up entirely of unpaid volunteers whose aim is to provide ambulances, medical aid and paramedics in response to a humanitarian crisis. Many of us are paramedics, but we also have volunteers from other backgrounds, all pitching in order to make a positive impact.


- Donated three ambulance to Ukrainian charities

- Trained 278 firefighters in prehospital emergency care, trauma and life support.

- Delivered 2.5tonnes of prehospital emergency medical aid throughout Ukraine.

In addition to their normal fire and rescue duties, the Ukrainian state fire service are responding to more and more medical emergencies as a result of the war, and yet they have had very little medical training. They are extricating severly injured patients from the frontline, and dealing with civilian casualties throughout the war-torn country. The state fire service have requested medical training from us, in order to improve their knowledge and skills.


On the 21st April 2024, a team of five paramedics will be heading back out to Ukraine for two weeks, to continue training the Ukrainian fire service in prehospital emergency care. In addition, we would like to equip each fire station that we visit, with three trauma kits. Each trauma kit includes; tourniquets, blast bandages, pelvic binders, haemostatic gauze, chest seals and more. This really is life-saving kit.

To continue to do this work though, we desperately need your help. If you can donate, please please do. Any funds raised that are not utilised on this mission to Ukraine will be utilised on subsequent missions, providing medical aid and equipment to those in need. Funds will also be used to cover associated running costs of Outreach Paramedics,

Please note, Outreach Paramedics are a not for profit organisation run entirely by volunteers. Every penny donated will go towards helping those in need. We are fully auditable and comply with all CIC regulations. See for more details.

Thank you for visiting our JustGiving page. Anything you can donate really will make a huge difference.

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    • Phil Eddy aka Wobbly Walker

      Phil Eddy aka Wobbly Walker

      May 5, 2024

      Donations on today's walk notably Mr and Mrs Tyrrell £20. Grateful thanks also for all the donations for Outreach Paramedics for Ukraine, Cornwall Air Ambulance and South West Coast Path Association


    • Phil Eddy aka the Wobbly Walker

      Phil Eddy aka the Wobbly Walker

      May 4, 2024

      Collected on the walk today.Great to be back walking the Kylgh Kernow


    • Conor Kendrew

      Conor Kendrew

      May 1, 2024

      Toby you’re a legend bro


    • Jo James

      Jo James

      Apr 30, 2024


    • Carlos Aguera

      Carlos Aguera

      Apr 30, 2024


    • Joe Avery

      Joe Avery

      Apr 30, 2024

      Keep up this awesome work team!


    • Sonja Austin

      Sonja Austin

      Apr 21, 2024

      You're super heroes!


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    To date, we have delivered and donated three ambulances to Ukraine (two to the fire service and one to the Hospitallers). We have trained 278 firefighters in lifesaving prehospital emergency care, and provided eleven fire stations with vital medical equipment.

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