Our media partners
St John Ambulance's Everyday Heroes is incredibly proud to
have the support of our media partners.
on Sunday is delighted to continue our support for St John
Ambulance’s inspirational awards by being media partner for
a fourth year. First aid is a vital skill and, ultimately,
those who are putting it into practise are saving lives.
‘Each time The Mail on Sunday’s Health pages
have featured the awards, there has been a fantastic response from
readers. The more people who we can help learn first aid, the
Category media partners
Safety at Work magazine (HSW) is St John
Ambulance's category media partner for
The magazine has a readership of over 20,000
and provides news and insight into topical occupational health and
safety issues as well as need-to-know information on regulation,
enforcement and best practice to make sure health and safety
professionals know what they need to discharge their duty of care
for employees and the public.
Like Everyday Heroes, HSW showcases
organisations that are at the forefront of health and
safety management and first aid education in the workplace.
Yours magazine is the
media partner for the Yours Community First Aid Champion Hero
Award. The magazine has a readership of 275k and brings your
support, advice and information on everything health, lifestyle and
‘Yours magazine are delighted to be supporting St John Ambulance
as the media partner for the Yours Community First Aid Champion
'We know from our readers just what a difference first aid can
make, whether it’s a grandparent or carer putting their skills to
use to save a loved one or an individual going above and beyond to
help others in their community.’
Channel Mum is the media partner for the Hero Parent of the
are pleased to be a media partner for the St John
Ambulance Everyday Heroes awards for the very first time this year.
We were delighted to work with the team earlier this year to launch
video First Aid Course for mums
. The course has been extremely
well received by families all around the UK giving them the
confidence to know what to do in an emergency. The awards are a
fantastic idea to recognise the everyday heroes that are saving
lives and making such a big difference.'