At Wellington Free Ambulance, volunteers at the heart of what we do. Looking after our community is a team effort, and everyone has their part to play.
If you are interested in making a difference to your community, check out the different ways you can help.
In order to be considered for an Event Medic position, you need:
It’s a lot to ask, but caring for our community is an important job.
If you meet the criteria, and want to become an Event Medic, email: email@example.com with the following:
Make ensure you send everything or else or we will be unable to complete your application
We have an extended training process; it may be 12 weeks from the application closing date before you do your first shift. But we will talk you through the whole process after the closing date. The training involved in becoming an Event Medic for Wellington Free Ambulance will involve one full weekend per month for five months. These dates will be disclosed at the group interview on 19 March 2019.
Applications close 12 March 2019.
If you want to make a difference in your community, we’d love to have you on the team.
Onesie Day is our biggest fundraising campaign of the year. It’s the one day we call together everyone; every school, every workplace, every business, every person in our region, and ask them to support us.
If you’d like to collect on our Onesie Day street appeal, or host a Onesie Day fundraiser at your school or office, find out more here.
Onesie Day is in September each year.
Fundraise for Us
When there’s an emergency, our highly skilled paramedics can make the difference. When you fundraise for us, you’re making a huge difference too.
Your donation helps save lives.
If you’d hosting a fundraising event for us, please get in touch: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Caring for our community is a team effort, and a good team helps each other. When our paramedics need back up, they call our highly trained call centre. When you’re fundraising, you can call us. We can help you with resources, promotion, and advice.
To get started, download our Fundraising First Aid Kit.
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