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We think our volunteers are heroes and are proud of what they achieve

Every year we have to raise more than £1 million from public donations to keep our volunteers on the road so that they can be there for their neighbours in time of most need.

We believe in being there for the people of Lincolnshire in time of greatest need; delivering immediate high-quality care regardless of the location or time of day.


LIVES Minutes Matter

LIVES is the Lincolnshire charity that supports an army of highly trained and dedicated volunteers who get to their neighbours fast to deliver vital care in those first critical moments of a medical emergency before handing over to the ambulance service.

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First aid training making sure you're ready to help someone in need

Our trainers are experienced First Responders or Health Care Professionals who empower your employees with the knowledge, first aid skills and confidence to provide immediate care for their colleagues, customers and the general public.

QA LEVEL 3 AWARD IN First Aid at Work

Did you know that an estimated 609,000 workers in Britain sustained an injury at work in 2016/17? The Health and Safety (Firs...

QA LEVEL 3 AWARD Emergency First Aid at Work

The QA Level 3 Award 1 Day Emergency First Aid at Work (EFAW) qualification is designed for individuals who wish to act as an...

  • 01 Nov - 9AM - 4PM - 1 Day
  • Lindum Training Centre LN6 9AT
  • £75 per person

Mental Health First Aid Awareness

Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) is an internationally recognised training course which teaches people how to spot the signs an...

Since 2000 we estimate 1/5 people in Lincolnshire have been helped by Lives

Ordinary people making extraordinary choices every day

LIVES is proud of its army of dedicated and highly trained volunteers. Our Community First Responders come from all walks of life and often have no previous medical experience – just a willingness to be trained in life saving skills and able to give up some time to respond to calls in their community.

Our volunteer doctors, nurses and paramedics provide more advanced skills to complex medical and trauma emergencies. Each responder volunteer is supported and trained to a level of emergency response that he or she feels comfortable with and is encouraged and supported to develop new skills.