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Supporting the Ambulance Service of New South Wales

Knowing what to do in a medical emergency, how to call Triple Zero (000) and help us get the best medical care to you as quickly as possible can be life saving.

To ensure you are equipped with the best information and tools possible to help us help you we have developed a number of community education programs
that could potentially save many lives.

To continue develop new and effective community and staff initiatives we welcome any contribution or support from business or the community.


We can accept donations and bequests from individuals, companies and other organisations. All donations over $2 are tax deductible and a receipt is provided.

All donations should be made by cheque to NSW Ambulance, the cheque crossed "Not Negotiable" and the donation forwarded to:

The Cashier
Ambulance Service of NSW
State Headquarters
Locked Bag 105


If you would like to make a bequest it's relatively simple. If you already have a will, it's just a matter of updating it to include NSW Ambulance.
If you haven't yet made a will, you can include your bequest when you do.

To make a will visit a solicitor or NSW Trustee & Guardian or you can use a trustee company. If you don't know of a solicitor ask your family or friends for a recommendation.
Details for the NSW Trustee & Guardian are ph: 1300 364 103 or visit their website at

For additional information about making a donation or a bequest contact the Manager, Community Relations on 9320 7612 or email

Current Programs

NSW Ambulance is continually developing new and exciting community and staff initiatives which you can become a supporter of by way of financial or in-kind donations or a bequest.

Current programs that have been supported include:

Be An Ambulance Hero - Dial Zero Zero Zero primary school education program available free to every NSW primary school, supported by:
- the Late Dorothy Caton
- Paramedic Garry ‘The Wizard' Francis

Life.. Live It Save It retiree education program available free to seniors over the age of 55, supported by:
- the Late Dorothy Caton
- The Danks Trust
- Tothemill
- Laerdal

Mobile Ambulance Education Vehicle for delivery of important community safety messages to schools and community groups, supported by:
- Volkswagen Group Australia
- Paramedic Garry ‘The Wizard' Francis
- Britax
- Emergency Transport Technology
- Impression Markings
- Out There Media and;
- Rapp Australia

NSW Ambulance Employee Awards Program to recognise staff for their achievements and innovation, supported by:
- SGE Credit Union

Operational ambulance vehicle generously purchased for Lane Cove Ambulance Station, supported by:
- Shaw Stockbroking

You can make a difference! To support an ambulance community education program and make them a reality contact:

Manager, Community Relations
Tel: +61 2 9320 7612

Please note: Sponsorship arrangements with companies that are involved with the manufacture and production of tobacco and alcohol related products, or other products and services that could damage health, or conflict the priorities of NSW Ambulance will not be considered.

ib ci sponsorship There are many opportunities available to contribute to an ambulance education program. Ambulance would like to thank Volkswagon Australia who has generously loaned us a VW caddy vehicle.
This is used as a mobile education unit for children (pictured above).