At The Ambulance Staff Charity (TASC), we provide a range of services to support the mental health, physical rehabilitation, and financial wellbeing of the UK’s ambulance staff, their family members, students, and ambulance service volunteers.Learn more about what we do
Robert, Ambulance Care Assistant, Aylesbury
Charlotte, Associate Ambulance Practitioner, Buckinghamshire
Paul, Technician, Nottinghamshire
Bill, Retired Emergency Care Practitioner, Cambridgeshire
Wayne, Ambulance Technician, Scotland
The first service took place in 2004 to honour, remember and thank the members of the ambulance community who have lost their lives while in service.Learn more
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Burnout and compassion fatigue are two very common issues in the ambulance community. For this year’s Mental Health Awareness Week, we’ve launched a brand-new fact file about these states including their symptoms and how you can help yourself and others who are struggling.Read our fact file
Donate today and give the ambulance
community a helping hand when they need it most.
Alternatively donate £3 to TASC by texting AMBULANCE to 70085
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Take part in a fundraising event, volunteer or help raise the profile of the work we do.Explore how
Join our many team building fundraising challenges or organise your own event.Explore how
Partnerships are key to helping TASC fund short to long term projects to keep up with demand.Explore how
Support our ambulance community by donating today. Help us be there for them in their time of need.
Help us continue providing our vital services through volunteering or fundraising.
• commit to high standards and adhere to the Fundraising Code of Practice
• be clear, honest and open
• be respectful and respect your rights and privacy
• be fair and reasonable
• be accountable and responsible
Our services are completely confidential and anything you share with us will be kept in the strictest confidence and in line with General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).