Would you like to volunteer?

We are always looking for volunteers to help with the service. If you can spare a little of your time then we would be pleased to welcome you to the group.

Help to fundraise

As you might have guessed the service cannot run without the money rasied by our members, company donations, anonymous donations and, of course, you the generous public. Fund raising is perhaps the most important thing that we do. From shaking a tin to visiting big business to ask for sponsorship. At £8,500 to run our bikes for a year fund raising never stops.

Coordinating

Coordinators are a crucial component in our system. As a coordinator you take calls from hospitals and then relay the relevant information on to the duty rider for him/her to be able to complete the task. The bulk of our work is early evening and weekends.

Riders

Riders retain the bike at home whilst on duty, during which time he/she is responsible for any job that is called in. It is essential that you have somewhere safe to store the bike and be willing to ride in all weathers (except snow and ice, at your discretion). Before becoming a duty rider you will need to hold an advanced riding qualification (e.g. IAM or RoSPA). We also carry out our own assessment ride prior to you commencing riding for us and in addition provide an induction on the motorcycles and related equipment. Please note that due to a stipulation from our insurance company, you need to be aged 30 or over to ride our bikes.

Contact Us

If you would like to learn more about the Midland Freewheelers, or if you are interesed in sponsoring us or becoming a volunteer then please do not hesitate to contact us now. Our contact information is listed

Alternatively, please fill out our quick form below and a team member will respond to your enquiry at a time that is convenient for you.

Riders are expected to behave responsibly and courteously to other road users. Riders must wear a custom made Hi-Vis Jacket with an ID tag plus suitable safety clothing

A volunteers story
Lorraine rides

My husband became a blood biker early this year. I thought it was 'a job for the boys' until I decided to go along to an event where MF were fundraising...that was the turning point. I really enjoyed the day helping out and to top it off, everyone I met was so friendly and passionate about the charity. I was hooked and soon joined up.

Lorraine Gough
£52000
£10,600
Jobs Completed
Help us fundraise

As you might have guessed the service cannot run without the money raised by our members, company donations, anonymous donations and of course you the generous general public. Fundraising is perhaps the most important thing that we do. From shaking a tin to visiting big business to ask for sponsorship. At £25,000 to run our fleet for a year the fundraising never stops.

 

Simply text ERVS09 £5 to 70070  or click on the paypal link

All major credit cards accepted