Get Involved



STREETDOCTORS is a small charity and we need your support to realise our vision.

Our life-saving work is only possible thanks to the support of interested donors who give what they can.

All our locations are staffed by volunteers, so you can be sure that almost every penny you donate is spent delivering our award-winning training.

Giving just £3 a month can really help us change lives for the better, and a one-off donation of £50 will cover the cost of life-saving first aid training for up to eight young people.

You can make an regular or one off donation to us, just by clicking here.

Alternatively, donate by texting STDR99 £3 to 70070



Whether you’re a business, a trust or a not-for-profit organisation, we’d love to hear from you.

We are always looking to find new ways of helping more young people through the partnerships we create. Whether or not you’ve worked with a charity before, we’ll make it easy for you to get involved.

If you want to know more about becoming a sponsor please get in touch.



If you want to fundraise for us, there are lots of FUN and interesting options you could try.

How about doing a fundraising gig? Or a sponsored walk, bike ride or swim? Perhaps a quiz night or a fancy dress party? Whatever you’re in to, you could use it to raise money for us.

Planning and organising any fundraising event can be a challenging but rewarding experience, so if you’re planning something let us know and we’ll do what we can to help.

We also receive donations through fundraising platforms and social enterprises like Makerble and OxFizz. Click on the logos below to find out more.

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StreetDoctors recruits medical student volunteers for each of our teams annually in September/October. All new volunteers must be able to attend our annual training conference (accommodation, travel and attendance expenses are paid for). Our recruitment and training of new volunteers has already taken place in October 2017. Look out for further information to get involved in the links identified below.

If you are a medical student/junior doctor interested in getting involved keep an eye on our Facebook page or email us at for opportunities to join a local team.