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We rely on your donations to help us save lives across Scotland.

However much you can give will make a difference. Thank you.

Your support will help us

save lives

across Scotland

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How your donation will help

£5 can help more people learn life-saving CPR.

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 can help cover the cost of providing a free training session so more people can learn how to save a life. 

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£10 can help provide a Public Access Defibrillator for a local community. 

Around 70 people have a cardiac arrest each week in Scotland, yet currently only around one in 10 survive. Using a defibrillator alongside CPR can dramatically increase chances of survival. £10 can help us provide a Public Access Defibrillator to a local community in Scotland.

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£25 can help more people get to hospital for life-saving treatments.

Every day, dozens of people undergoing cancer treatment or dialysis rely on St John Scotland Patient Transport services to get them to hospital. £25 can help us provide this service to more patients when they need us most

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Leave a gift in your will

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 will be able to continue saving lives in years to come. Any gift, great or small, can make a big difference.

If you would like more information about leaving a gift to St John Scotland in your Will, please contact us.

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Other ways to give

Donate while you shop

Easyfundraising can turn your everyday online shopping into free donations for St John Scotland. It’s easy – just start your online shopping at the Easyfundraising website first, then shop as normal. Retailers will then make a small donation to St John Scotland.

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