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…
Before Feb, 2017, I had never heard of Northumbria Blood Bikes, but I saw one of their vehicles parked on Ratcliffe Road in our village. So I asked the rider, Sam Quigley, what they did. He gave a brief résumé of their purpose and I was intrigued; mostly by the fact that they not only transport blood, but medical notes, samples, medical equipment and so much more.
We will have a stand on the front street, and have 2 bikes at the front of the parade
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?
Have you ever wondered what happens to your donations? Look Here to see the kind of things we spend your money on.
Text "NBBC33 £5" to 70070. You can also donate £1, £2, £3, £4 or £10 simply by changing the number after the £ sign.