FastAid Dudley become the latest Community First Responder group to be supported by Arrive Alive. They have received a new response vehicle to attend medical emergencies within the community.
Arrive Alive is an Official Partner Charity of Charity Today and the publication’s national UK Charity Week campaign.
Andy Jeynes Community Response Manager for West Midlands Ambulance Service UNHSFT said:
“A huge thank you to Arrive Alive for funding a scheme car for FastAid Dudley Community First Responders. These response vehicles are an essential part of helping to save lives within the community. Working in partnership with Debbie, who founded Arrive Alive; is rewarding and professional.
“Arrive Alive is funding additional response vehicles planned for later in the year. Without the support of Arrive Alive, our Community Response schemes would face the increasingly difficult burden of having to raise funds for these vehicles whilst continuing to respond to life-threatening 999 calls on behalf of West Midlands Ambulance Service.”
Arrive Alive is the only charity of its kind funding lifesaving voluntary operated 999 vehicles and lifesaving equipment to Community First Responders supporting West Midlands Ambulance Service.
Debbie Roscoe, Founder of Arrive Alive said:
“To be able to fund lifesaving resources to help save lives is wonderful. None of it would be possible without the support of the amazing public and businesses that provide vital funds for Arrive Alive to support communities. I would like to pass on my thanks to Porick Smith for sourcing our latest vehicle, Andy and Dave for their amazing livery work also to Holly Frampton for giving up her free time to take some professional photos of our vehicles. The support is greatly appreciated by the Arrive Alive team.”
To find out more about Arrive Alive, visit www.arrivealiveresponse.co.uk.