We have over 200 volunteers who kindly offer their time, enthusiasm and dedication to the charity, in a variety of different ways. Our volunteers come from a wide range of backgrounds and ages and give us as much time as they feel able. Without our team of volunteers we simply could not provide the service we deliver to those who need us.

So why not get involved today? Join the team, make a difference and have lots of fun along the way!
‘Being a volunteer is an extremely rewarding way of meeting lovely people. Raising money and awareness of the charity is very gratifying knowing that I am helping to save lives’
‘Volunteering for the air ambulance is a fun way to be proactive in my local community and provides a good opportunity to build relationships. I find attending events and collections on behalf of the charity fulfilling and wide-ranging’

To find out more, contact: Amy Hamer, Head of Volunteer Development -
email: amyhamer@aakss.org.uk or telephone: 01634 471 900

There are several ways in which you can donate the gift of time to our life-saving charity. All new volunteers receive an induction and training in each volunteer role alongside their unique website log in details.

Below are some of the ways in which you could get involved:

Collection Box Stewards

Collection Box Stewards place, empty and service collection boxes in their local area. This brings in vital funds for the charity and it is a great way to build relationships in the community.

Event Stewards

Event Stewards raise income, awareness and profile at various shows, exhibitions and events in a friendly and enjoyable environment.

Store/Street Collectors

Collecting is a fun way to work alongside other volunteers raising both awareness and money for the charity at local supermarkets, shopping centres, and town centres.

Raffle Ticket Sales Representative

Raffle Ticket Sales Representatives attend events, shopping centres and stores, promoting our raffles and selling tickets to the general public.

Public Speakers

Public Speakers visit local groups, schools, clubs and businesses to give talks about the work of the charity and the service we provide in the community.

Cheque Presentation Representative

Cheque Presentation Representatives visit community groups who have raised funds for us, receive their kind donation and thank them for their kind support.


Driver representatives collect and deliver charity items to various locations in the county.

For complete volunteer role descriptions, please click the link below:

Applying to be a volunteer is very simple!

1. Find a Role - There are up to ten volunteering opportunities available with the charity. We hope you find something suitable - there isn’t a limit to how many roles you can be involved in!
Some roles require you to give a specific amount of time, or have particular skills but most roles just require your time and enthusiasm.

2. Apply - Apply via our Volunteer Application Form.  
We will ask for two references - this helps us to confirm the identity of our volunteers and to build a better understanding of them.

3. Training and Support - All volunteers will receive an induction and training in their roles. Staff members are always on hand to provide ongoing help and support during your volunteering experience.

All volunteers will receive an induction and training in their roles. Staff members are always on hand to provide ongoing help and support during your volunteering experience.
We are committed to giving you the best experience possible and believe that the volunteer relationship is one of trust and mutual understanding.

Please see a copy of our Volunteering Policy here.

If you would like to join our team or would like more details on volunteering please do not hesitate to get in contact with Amy Hamer, Head of Volunteer Development: amyhamer@aakss.org.uk or call 01634 471 900 – Thank you in advance!

Existing volunteers, please click the link below to log in:

Nigel Barclay

“If it wasn’t for the treatment I received at the scene of my accident, and the fast transportation to a London hospital, I would not be here today....”

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