MAYDAY for CareFlight!
Donate your Cuppa to CareFlight; and
help save lives!
Receiving treatment within the first 5 - 10 minutes after an accident can mean the difference between life and death.
Since 2011, CareFlight has trained more than 6,500 people on how to make those first 5-10 minutes count for critically ill and injured Australians. By donating your Cuppa to CareFlight today, you can help us deliver even more of our life-saving MediSim workshops across Australia.
How does it work?
It's that simple. Each donation will go directly to helping CareFlight deliver additional MediSim courses in communities across Australia.
CareFlight's MediSim course takes vital training around Australia, helping to save lives and improve health outcomes.
Delivered by highly experienced emergency response doctors, nurses and paramedics, CareFlight's MediSim courses are designed to share knowledge and skills with volunteer first responders. Using high-pressure, realistic simulation-based training, first responders are trained on what to do if they are the first at an accident scene. The course helps participants develop the skills needed to make appropriate decisions, communicate with others at the scene and take action that could ultimately save a life.
Getting involved is easy
Cuppa to CareFlight
Have a Cuppa for CareFlight by donating the cost of your morning coffee to CareFlight.
Win a $200
Woolworths Gift Card
Every donation received over $5 puts you in the draw to win one of five $200 Woolworths gift cards.
Thanks to Woolworths, every donation received over $5 prior to June 30, 2021 will automatically put the donor in the draw to win one of five $200 Woolworths gift cards. Winners will be announced and contacted July 5, 2021.
Your Cuppa can help save lives, like Tracy's
In March 2018, Tracy lay on the side of the road following a major vehicle accident; critically injured, bleed and in pain. Tracy's life hung in the balance.
David, a local volunteer rural fire service member and one of thousands of first responders to complete CareFlight’s MediSim training, stopped to help. David used the skills learnt at MediSim to apply a make-shift tourniquet over the femoral artery, keeping Tracy alive until help arrived.
Tracy has since made a full recovery, but without David and his CareFlight MediSim training, Tracy may not have survived.
"As unlucky as we were at that moment to be in that situation, we were so lucky to have him. It's such an incredible service to the community. It saves lives. It really does."
Donate your Cuppa to CareFlight today and help CareFlight continue training volunteer first responders, like David, in your community.
Thank you for having a Cuppa for CareFlight!
Helping to build resilience in communities across Australia.