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SARS receives no central government funding and therefore we rely on voluntary donations and fundraising to support our work.

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Life saving stats

SARS is the first medical resource on scene in around 20% of incidents attended

SARS has responded to over 17500 call outs

Over 5000 clinical hours volunteered annually

£0 cost to the patients we treat

"The support we get from across the region is amazing. It keeps us running, it helps save lives and we simply couldn't exist without it."      

Ben Hall, SARS Operations Manager


Margaret Marks raised over £10,000 for SARS during her term as Mayor of St Edmundsbury

Marisa Murray raised nearly £1000 for SARS by taking on a gruelling double marathon

The Bury Mini Club raised £400 for SARS on a run to Aldeburgh

Suffolk golfers raised over £3000 at a golfing weekend in July 2019

Every pound raised by our supporters makes a difference and even the smallest donation can buy a piece of equipment which can save a life. We are extremely grateful to all the local charitable trusts, the Suffolk Community Foundation, parish councils, groups and individuals who regularly support SARS. 

We will always need your help, we hope you never need ours.

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SARS receives no central government funding. We rely on voluntary donations to fund equipment and training for our clinical volunteers. Please help us offer the best possible service to the people of Suffolk and its surrounding areas. 

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