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16 April 2019

Could you volunteer to save lives?


Volunteer To Save Lives With Kinetik Partners St John Ambulance

This National Volunteer Month we are celebrating the work of our partners St John Ambulance.

As the nation’s leading first aid charity, St. John Ambulance want to teach everyone simple, life saving skills, and volunteering to join their team means you could help to save lives in your own community too.

Our very healthy partnership

St John Ambulance and Kinetik Wellbeing have a shared passion for empowering people to look after their health, from knowing how to tackle a first aid emergency to keeping an eye on blood pressure.

For every purchase of a Kinetik Wellbeing device, St John Ambulance receive a contribution from Kinetik to help them carry out their crucial work.

Working together to help you look after your health

The Kinetik team are excited to be joining St John Ambulance again this year at the Virgin London Marathon Running Show from 24-27 April at London’s ExCel.

Visit the St John Ambulance stand for information on how to join their life saving team as a volunteer. They will also be offering first aid advice and demonstrations and Kinetik will be giving free blood pressure checks and explaining why it’s so important to know your numbers.

To celebrate our partnership…

To highlight the importance of volunteering with St John Ambulance we are offering 20% off all Kinetik devices* purchased on from 1-30 April 2019 when you enter code SJA20 at the checkout.

You can visit the St John Ambulance website to find out more about what volunteering involves, and what volunteer opportunities are available across the UK.

*Please note that this offer code may not be redeemed against accessories, only devices.

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