Arranged via Gary Annan. Emergency Services Day @ Stead Lane Primary School. Awareness raising rather than fundraising.
The new addition to the Northumbria Blood Bike’s fleet was purchased with a £15,000 grant from the Masonic Charitable Foundation as part of the 300th anniversary celebrations of Freemasonry.
The bike, which has been appropriately named Durham Mason, proudly includes the MCF and Durham Freemasons logos across its livery. The brand new fully equipped bike will become part of the operational fleet helping to save lives across the North East.
A quote from Helen Keller perfectly describes how the work of our volunteers’ enables our charity to operate: “Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much.”
As #VolunteersWeek comes to an end we would like to thank all of our dedicated volunteers, and their families, as without them we would be nothing.
If you’ve read our ‘Why I volunteer’ articles over the past 7 days and have been inspired to join our team please visit: www.northumbriabloodbikes.org.uk/support/volunteer
Why I volunteer…
Can you spare some of your free time to help make a difference to patients across the North East? Whether it be Riders, Drivers, Shift Controllers or Fundraisers there is a role for everyone. Come and join us, together
we will make a difference.
We need £5,500 per month to continue. Can you help with a regular donation?
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Text "NBBC33 £5" to 70070. You can also donate £1, £2, £3, £4 or £10 simply by changing the number after the £ sign.