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The Ambulance Staff Charity

TASC The Ambulance Staff Charity is the leading UK charity providing support to present and past ambulance staff and their families in time of need.   


Launched in spring 2015 TASC The Ambulance Staff Charity was formed through the collaboration of a number of funds across the UK including the Ambulance Services Benevolent Fund to create a national fund for the benefit of ambulance staff working in any area of the NHS and independent sector ambulance services, whether you are a front line paramedic, support staff or mechanic looking after the fleet.


Whatever your role, if you are in difficulty, whatever that difficulty, TASC may be able to help.

They understand the challenges and demands which face all members of the ambulance services and are uniquely placed to support those who are facing difficulties or urgent need.

They provide confidential, impartial and independent advice and access to a range of support services, including rehabilitation when recovering from illness or injury, mental health support; bereavement support; debt and welfare advice; financial grants and other support.


Psychological Rehabilitation
Physical Rehabilitation
Debt Advice
Bereavement Support

TASC The Ambulance Staff Charity offer support to present and past ambulance staff, working within the NHS and independent sectors. 


Support is offered to all staff in all areas of operation.  Their services are independent and confidential.

TASC offer support to a wide range of individuals who are experiencing a wide range of circumstances, such as ill health, relationship breakdown, need for specialist equipment, rehabilitation – both physical and psychological, bereavement, financial support, including debt advice, owing to unforeseen or difficult circumstances.

As part of their package they also carry out a welfare benefits assessment, offer support by way of a ‘listening ear’ and also a range of welfare/support advice – including information about disability grants, housing issues, income maximisation on behalf of our beneficiaries where required, advice about social welfare processes, signposting to support agencies where appropriate etc. 


They do not offer legal advice and are not registered to offer any financial advice directly.


The Blue Light Series
Join us for a Blue Light Event in 2019 and support the UK's Emergency Services & Armed Forces
Bespoke Events

All of our events are individually designed to be enjoyable, fun and to support and raise awareness and funds for the emergency service charities we support


All of our events are put together with fundraising in mind. We want to raise as much money for our chosen charities as possible. Helping those that help us.

The Extra Mile

We’re known for our efficiency, integrity, and our passion to get it right. From your first contact with us, to the last we want you to feel like we go the extra mile.

Giving back

Blue Light events is run by serving and retired 

emergency service workers who want to give back to the charities that help blue light workers.