Why she doesn't take no for an answer
Steve's volunteering experience gave him the confidence to respond to emergency incidents when off-duty. Whilst visiting London, he noticed a crowd gathered around a man on the floor.
Mary tells us what it's like caring for patients in hospital during the coronavirus pandemic.
Hannah tells us how sometimes the biggest difference our volunteers make is providing comfort for patients, even in their darkest moments.
"Being in an Emergency Department, looking after patients, made me think about my dad, and it made me proud. I’m not religious but dad was there with me, thanking me."
Sheila takes us through a training session with her Volunteer Unit in County Durham.
Our volunteers have been providing an extra pair of hands for blood donations and kidney dialysis.
Raisa delivers a training session on severe bleeding to her peers.
At Truro City of Lights, St John volunteers are the quiet presence that gives people peace of mind. Jay shows how we're always ready to provide support, whatever happens.
Helping our volunteers deliver first aid at only 17 years old.
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