The film helping to keep families together this Christmas

We have released a short film as part of our appeal to supporters to `keep families together at Christmas’. Last December our specialist critical care doctors and paramedics cared for over 150 patients who had suddenly become critically injured or ill. 

The moving film features the words of the young daughter of Ben Paul, one of our paramedics, describing what her daddy does and how proud she is that he helps other people. 

We hope to share the message with as many people as possible so that it will inspire people to support our charity this Christmas. 

Ben Paul said: “We hope you never need us. But sadly, even at Christmas, many people do. Sudden serious injuries and illnesses don’t stop over the festive period. Neither do we. If you need us, we’ll be there to fight for your life.” 

David Welch, our Chief Executive, said: “We’re so proud to be here for our communities, with our crews ready to respond to calls for our lifesaving critical care 24/7, 365 days a year, over the festive period and beyond. We can only continue to deliver our vital care thanks to the incredible generosity of our supporters. Without you, we can’t save lives and keep more families together. “ 

Festive fundraising for KSS is taking place across Kent, Surrey and Sussex, including everything from Christmas lights to carol concerts.

To support our Christmas appeal and help keep families together visit

Paramedic Ben and his daughter playing with a toy helicopter
Paramedic Ben and his daughter playing with a helicopter

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*If we exceed our target for this appeal or there is an unexpected change in circumstances, donations will be allocated to our Helicopter and Vehicle fund

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