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Life saving stats

SARS is the first medical resource on scene in around 31% of incidents attended

SARS has responded to over 19000 call outs

Over 7000 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 Charity Manager

Copdock Classic Motorcycle Club have donated £9000 to SARS in 2022-23

Stanton WI raised a fabulous £1000 for SARS in 2022 as part of our 50 for 50 challenge

Ipswich Prep School have made SARS their charity of the year in 2022-23

Andrew & Joanne Blazey raised nearly £2000 through a fundraising walk for SARS

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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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