Steve Evans, Team Leader in the Manchester fundraising team provides a brief overview of the daily tasks performed by Wesser live-in fundraisers/team leaders.
Team Leader Irina Alves provides an overview of the daily activities performed by Wesser live-in fundraisers/team leaders.
We put the Fun into Fundraising Seminar with our first ever "Wesser Olympics Sports Day".
Physiology and pharmacology student Laurène Lambert reviews her first summer as a fundraiser with Wesser.
Fundraiser/Team Leader Megan talks about why she joined the Wesser team, working on behalf of St John Ambulance and job satisfaction. as a fundraiser with Wesser.
Team Leader/Fundraiser Steve Evans tells us why he loves being a Wesser Live-In Fundraiser.
Fundraisers Liam and Dave discuss some of the positives and negatives of door to door fundraising.
Fundraising Team Leader Finley explains why fundraising with Wesser makes for a great student summer job!
Trainee Fundraising Coordinator Karlene Wray tells us why she joined the Wesser team and how she has settled in after her first week in the Manchester Live-In team.
Photographic Journalism student Hope Cartmell explains why fundraising with Wesser is a great choice for students looking for a fun, flexible job with great rewards.
Charity Fundraiser - Rob Stevenson gives an overview of the selection process that led him to join the Wesser fundraising team.
Top performing Fundraisers Jaymie, Andy and Gill tell us why they enjoy being part of a Wesser 'Live-In' fundraising team.
Wesser Fundraiser Faye explains how the refer a friend scheme works and how you could pocket £250.00 for every friend you refer for a Wesser fundraising role.
An insight into the incredible, life-saving work performed by St John Ambulance every single day. From providing first aid training to adults and young people up and down the country, volunteering at events – on standby to save lives - to working with the NHS to deliver ambulance services and respond to emergency calls.
Video from the Resuscitation Research Group highlighting the importance of first aid training and community first responders as provided by St John Ambulance and St Andrews First Aid.
Streamed live into schools across the country on 17 June 2016, this was a first aid lesson with a difference – there were live demos, incredible real life stories, chances to ask questions, and other opportunities to get involved. It covered a whole range of first aid scenarios including choking, seizures and insect bites.
The day that Joel stopped breathing he was seven weeks old. The only reason why mum, Alex knew what to do was because she had seen the Nursery Rhymes Inc. advert the day before. This saved Joel's life.
Highlights from the St John Ambulance Everyday Heroes Awards 2016.
Joshua was just 4 years old when his quick thinking and bravery helped his Mum during an epileptic seizure. It was one of the hottest days of the year and Joshua was splashing in his paddling pool when his mother was struck down by a seizure, leaving her unresponsive.
Volunteers and participants talk about what they like about volunteering and how they benefit from supporting their local community.
Many agencies helped at George Square including our volunteers. We would just like to thank our volunteers for everything they did.
Together we can save lives.
Find out more about the nations leading first aid charity, and all the many opportunities available to its members. SJCW is also one Wales' largest youth organisations in Wales and our youth members enjoy the opportunity to gain new skills, attend camps and courses and even go on overseas trips.