Community Engagement Activities

St Andrew’s First Aid believes no one should suffer or die because they needed first aid and didn’t get it.

That’s why our dedicated volunteers travel across Scotland providing donation-based first aid talks and demonstrations for community groups. Each year, St Andrew’s First Aid volunteers give up more than 50,000 hours delivering invaluable first aid sessions to more than 12,000 members of the public.

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Public Demos

Invite St Andrew’s First Aid volunteers to your local shopping centre, transport hub, or main street to engage with passers by with basic first aid demonstrations. We provide pop up sessions to ensure that communities throughout Scotland have access to First Aid knowledge in their local areas in the most accessible places.

Community Engagement Sessions

You can invite us to hold an informal workshop for your local community group, charity, organisation or workplace. Our demonstrations and talks can be tailored to your audience and cover just one topic in a lot of detail; or could be a broader overview on many different first aid situations.

First Aid for All

We aim to make first aid sessions accessible to all people in Scotland, developing a nation of lifesavers. St Andrew’s First Aid’s community engagement talks are a donation-based charitable service. We receive no government funding and rely on generous donations from organisations, trusts and the public. To allow us to continue our vital work, we would like to ask you to donate to St Andrew’s First Aid and help us to ensure a life is saved rather than lost.

Contact Us:

If you would like to enquire about a Community Engagement activity in your local area, please contact us by:

  • Filling out the enquiry form HERE
  • Emailing [email protected]
  • Phoning our National Head Office (0141 332 403 ) and ask for the Community Engagement Team

Help us to continue our lifesaving community work

Your gift will help us to continue supporting communities and train new life-savers. Our supporters’ donations make the work we do possible.