Help support our service and your community by volunteering in an operational or community role.

  • Local Ambulance Committees

    Our committees support their local ambulance service through community engagement, fundraising and education activities.

  • Operational volunteers

    Help support your local community as an operational volunteer. Operational volunteers help us give emergency care in rural, remote or isolated communities.

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Heritage and history

The Queensland Ambulance Service has a long and rich history, serving the Queensland community since 1892.

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KJM Education and Research Foundation

The Kenneth James McPherson Education and Research Foundation is a not-for-profit organisation that funds research and training programs for ambulance staff and paramedics.

Learn more about their programs, grants and how to donate.

2024 KJM Symposium

This year’s symposium is in Brisbane on 22 October 2024.

Join us and other health professionals, innovators, industry leaders and researchers as we support research excellence and lifelong learning.

Support for our legacy families

When a member of our ambulance family passes away, we remember their legacy and dedication in our roll of honour. Your donations and fundraising efforts can help us support their children and family.

Learn how you can show your support for the QAS Legacy Scheme.

Staying connected when you retire

Our retired officers association (QASROA) is a social support network for retired officers. If you're retiring, joining the group can help you stay connected with other officers through conversations, social events and activities.

Learn more or join QASROA on their website.

Last updated: June 2024