St. John Ambulance BC & Yukon Community Service Programs
With your support, St. John Ambulance can continue to serve our communities and expand our efforts to help save lives at work, home and play.
Our volunteer therapy dog teams visit people who are dealing with illness or are in need of companionship or support. Your donation directly funds therapy dog visits to schools, seniors’ residences and community facilities.
Community Transfer Program
The St. John Ambulance Community Transfer program provides comfortable and affordable door to point-of-care transportation for people with a non-emergency medical condition and in need of a wheelchair or stretcher.
Our St. John Ambulance youth programs provide first aid training and leadership development opportunities for young people aged 6 to 19. Each year, many of these bright young future leaders learn leadership, emergency response, and team building skills at our Cadet Camp in Chilliwack, BC.
Medical First Responders
Our Medical First Responders are trained volunteers who provide first aid services at community events, public gatherings and sporting venues. These amazing volunteers provide life-saving first aid and help reduce the risk of further injury or illness in our British Columbia and Yukon communities.
Creating tomorrow’s leaders.
Every year, our youth cadets go to Chilliwack, BC for Cadet Camp, where they undergo first aid and safety training, leadership development, and team building exercises. Through your generous support, our youth can partake in activities that allow them to unlock their potential in a fun, challenging, and encouraging environment. Cadet Camp prepares our youth cadets to become future leaders in our communities.
Who We Are:
Committed to saving lives and improving quality of life.
St. John Ambulance – British Columbia & Yukon provides first aid education, lifesaving tools, and important health services to people of all ages.
As one of Canada’s oldest charities, donations to the St. John Ambulance help support our efforts to create healthier communities and empower people to save lives at work, home, and play.