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Volunteer First Aid and Ambulance

St John Ambulance volunteers play a vital role in communities throughout Western Australia. Coming from all walks of life, volunteers may be parents or retirees, full-time, part-time or shift workers, even students. No matter what they do, it's their generous contribution that helps us maintain essential services right around the state. You too can help make a difference in your community by volunteering. There are roles to suit all types of people, so you can be involved at a time and in a position that suits you.

To find out how you can contribute go to www.stjohnchangelives.com.au/volunteer.html

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