SUPPORT & PROMOTE US

We couldn’t offer the special facilities of the Jumbulances without the generous support we receive.

If you wish to support us – and thank you if you can – you can make a donation, provide us with goods or services, or fundraise for us – why not organise a fundraising event where you live, or online? We can give you some ideas if you need some. You can also volunteer as a carer / assistant on our trips, whether as a nurse, a doctor or a simply as a support volunteer – see our case studies for examples. The personal rewards are huge, and the benefits are so far-reaching and meaningful.

 

Why do we need funds?

We need financial support to help us to provide the best experiences we can for our disabled travellers. We also want to keep our fees at affordable levels, whilst also maintaining a reserve for replacement Jumbulances which cost around £350,000-400,000.

CAR BOOT SALES
GOLF DAYS
COFFEE MORNINGS
AUCTIONS
COLLECTIONS

These are just a few of the many ways you can help fundraise for Jumbulance. If you would like to discuss in more detail how you can help us, contact us today.

HOW TO

BECOME A FUNDRAISER

Becoming a fundraiser

Fundraising is a great way to fund a Jumbulance trip or to raise funds that contribute towards the maintenance and running of our medically adapted accessible Jumbulances. We welcome fundraising donations of any amount and love to hear the stories behind your events. Your fantastic efforts will help us greatly.
Read more

HOW TO

MAKE A DONATION

Making a donation

Donate to the Jumbulance Trust today to help us to continue making accessible travel possible for disabled, seriously ill and elderly people. Help our clients improve their lives through the opportunity to take short breaks, accessible holidays or day trips, which most of us take for granted.
Read more

HOW TO

VOLUNTEER

Becoming a volunteer

The Jumbulance Trust offers fun, social charity volunteer holidays and rewarding experiences for anyone wishing to help disabled or seriously ill people take a day trip or accessible holiday – previously off limits due to a lack of suitable transport facilities and accompanying specialist support.
Read more