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Campaigns and events
Fund-rave to the moon for us this NYE
Rrave to the Moon is the world’s first charity rave-a-thon. Stomp the distance to the moon and raise money.
Save a Life September returns for 2020
We're launching our 2020 campaign to teach lifesaving skills to people in Wales.
Learn to save hearts in your community this February
We’re encouraging people to learn how to use a lifesaving defibrillator this month - it could save the hearts of hundreds of people who experience a cardiac arrest a year.
Over 9,000 more potential lifesavers trained in Save a life September
An appeal to train over 6,500 potential lifesavers in Wales saw an increase of over 28% this September as 9,306 people were trained in lifesaving first aid in just one month
Donation could help save more lives in Aberystwyth
A donation made by Penparcau Community Youth Forum has been used to purchase a training defibrillator, a device which can help someone in cardiac arrest
We're aiming to train over 6,500 new lifesavers this September
Following the unprecedented success of last year’s campaign, we're hoping to train more people than ever during 'Save a Life September'
We're parading with pride this weekend
Our volunteers and colleagues will once again stand shoulder-to-shoulder to celebrate and support the LGBTQ+ community at this year’s Pride Cymru
Powys volunteers support Royal Welsh Show with 24-hour medical cover
Volunteers from St John Cymru provided medical assistance across the Royal Welsh Show at two of this year's busiest locations
Gwent volunteers to show how to save a life at Big Cheese
First aid volunteers from across Gwent will come together this weekend to demonstrate simple skills people can use to help someone in a life threatening situation.
Be All It Takes in 2019
We want pupils across Wales to know that whoever they are, wherever they are and whatever they look like, they could make a difference in an emergency situation with Be All It Takes
Over 1,400 people in Wales trained in defibrillator use thanks to nationwide campaign
A campaign run throughout February saw over 1,400 people trained in how to locate and use their nearest public access defibrillator