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Society’s Haverhill branch comes to aid of Suffolk Accident Rescue Service

Written by Ipswich Building Society

5 Oct 2021

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Charity, Donation, Suffolk

2 min read

The Haverhill branch of Ipswich Building Society is delighted to make the annual donation from its charity-based savings account to Suffolk Accident Rescue Service (S.A.R.S). The donation of £471.53 will go towards supporting this fantastic local charity, whose specialist volunteer responders assist the East of England Ambulance Service at the scene of serious medical emergencies or trauma. S.A.R.S. clinicians are able to provide an additional and advanced level of patient care that would not normally be available outside a hospital environment.

David Brett, Society Branch Manager said: “It is the Haverhill branch’s privilege to be able to donate to S.A.R.S. The work the charity undertakes is incredible and life changing. We would like to thank you for the continued service you provide to Suffolk and this donation is a token of our gratitude from the Society and its members. I’d also like to thank our members who save via the Mutual Advantage account; whose support has made this donation possible.”

Gina Andrews, Project Officer at S.A.R.S said: “It’s been a really challenging 18 months, so to receive the continued support from Ipswich Building Society in Haverhill means a great deal to us all at Suffolk Accident Rescue Service (S.A.R.S). The charity relies on voluntary donations to ensure it can continue its pre-hospital medical care at the scenes of serious medical incidents across Suffolk. ”

If you wish to support S.A.R.S., please visit their website, https://www.sars999.org.uk/, for more details.

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