03 Jan 2020
Volunteers from Glasgow Caledonian University, Scottish Ambulance Service and Scottish Fire and Rescue Service joined forces to spread the life-saving message of CPR
26 Dec 2019
What an incredible year 2019 has been!
Let’s rewind 2019 and look at some of the amazing accomplishments from this past year.
11 Dec 2019
On Friday, 22 November 2019, Save a Life for Scotland attended the Scottish Ambulance Service Awards where staff and volunteers across Scotland are celebrated for their commitment and support of the Ambulance Service’s mission to provide excellent patient care.
16 Oct 2019
In October 2015 we set out on a journey together as a partnership to raise awareness of cardiac arrest and help people living in Scotland get CPR ready.
08 Oct 2019
In Scotland, women make up 36% of all out of hospital cardiac arrests. This amounts to 1,200 women per year.
30 Jul 2019
Brass and Granite pub, Kilmarnock embarked on an ambitious programme in 2018 to donate life saving defibrillators to their local community.
26 Jul 2019
In collaboration with St John Scotland, another Scottish Craft Butcher has joined the Butchers at the Heart of the Community initiative!
02 Jul 2019
The Chuck Wagon of Irvine has just launched it’s brand new public access defib!
01 May 2019
Every person counts because each life matters. We’ve been counting a lot of numbers over the past month so that we can share with you this fantastic milestone that we’ve reached together!
23 Apr 2019
In collaboration with the Scottish Government, Leith Agency and Daysix, the partnership has been shortlisted for the Star Awards for use of marketing as a means of spreading CPR awareness in Scotland.
11 Feb 2019
These pupils are spreading the message of life-saving CPR on the Isle of Lewis and beyond!
31 Dec 2018
From shopping to sports centres, Commonwealth Games to the European Championships, schools to nurseries and Scottish Craft Butchers, This Morning TV appearances, MPs, MSPs and with the help of Carol Smilie, and The Proclaimers, together in 2018 we’ve taken the CPR message well over 500 miles linking communities across Scotland with one clear message, that everyone can help save a life.
Would you use a free board game that teaches about the chain of survival and OHCA data?