CWRU EMS: Training Equipment

This campaign ended on March 05, 2019, but you can still make a gift to Case Western Reserve University by clicking here!

Case Western Reserve University Emergency Medical Service is a student-run, volunteer organization that offers free emergency medical care, transport, and training to our campus and the surrounding area.

As a nonprofit organization, we rely on your donations to purchase equipment and provide financial aid to willing students who wish to become EMTs. We were established in 2004 and we currently cover 594 hours a month out of 800 hours a month and we are working towards 24/7 coverage to keep our community safe. 

Last year in 2018, we responded to 364 calls in our area, saving the community over $200,000 in emergency medical care and transportation. We currently have 112 active members, and with this large number of members, taking equipment from the off-shift ambulance for training interferes with our ability to respond to multiple emergencies. 

Please help us better respond to emergencies and create a better learning environment for all our members by donating to our organization. This year our fundraising goal of $1500 would be used to acquire KEDs, Reeves, Jump Bags, and a Vacuum Mattress.

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24% Students

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24% Parents

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8% Faculty/Staff

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39% Friends

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Donor list

Philip F Rabinowitz
Mark Michal Kaminski
Roselin Devadoss
James Sobieski
Shirley A. Reynolds
Mike Wells
Matthew, V, Hartmann
Mary Bowman
Leslie A Barnes
Julie Neighbours
Clare Beidelman

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