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Order of Malta Ireland- Ambulance Corps- Mullingar Unit

, Mullingar, Ireland
Community Organization



Voluntary ambulance in service in Mullingar since 2001. We cover events, festivals and community care within Longford/Westmeath.  The Order of Malta Mullingar Unit has been serving the Community for over 12 years. The Order of Malta is a voluntary ambulance and first aid organisation. We provide first aid training, ambulance cover at events, community and nursing services.

The Mullingar Unit is divided into three sections. Our Cadets aged from 10 yrs to 16 yrs, our Youths aged from 16 yrs to 18 yrs and our Seniors from 18 yrs up. All these groups are extreamely active all year round.

Our Cadets and Youths learn first aid, communications and basic nursing skills from an early age. We also encourage personal development through our achievement programmes where our young and energetic cadets and youths meet other from around the country.

Locally you will see the unit providing Emergency Ambulance and First Aid cover at the Cusack Park GAA, American Football, Kilbeggan Races, Music Festivals, Fundraising Walks & Cycles, Family Fun Days along with providing transport for elderly residents from local nursing homes as part of our Community Care Initiative

If you wish to join the organisation, please email us on or send us a message on facebook.


Order of Malta Mullingar Unit out again today assisting NAS with patient transfers and calls.

Day 1 of a soccer blitz 😅 cold but doing what we do best. First aid Volunteers to the ready to help those in need 😊

Congratulations to everyone receiving their awards last night. Cadet Leader of the year: Karon Connolly Cardiac First Responder of the year: Nicole Penrose Emergency First Responder of the year: Michelle McConville Emergency Medical Technician of the year: Sean Diffley Members of the year award: Betty Kelly and Joe Donohue

Some of the crew on duty today at lilliput 👌

This year has seen Mullingar unit out in force again and again, from GAA Match’s to Horse racing, from patient transfers to bag collection. Every year we are amazed by the support of Mullingar and the greater regions. Thank you for all of your continued support. Happy Christmas and a bright New Year. From Damian and all the crew of the Mullingar unit.

Yesterday one of our members passed out in Templemore Station. A new Guard on the streets but a dream come true for a bright talented man. Congratulations Jack, wishing you all the best!! 😊 Damian and all in Mullingar unit

Today Marks International Volunteer Day (IVD), this day was designated by the United Nations in 1985 as an international observance day to celebrate the power and potential of volunteerism. Volunteering is part of our essential make-up and the momentum is growing. Order of Malta Ireland volunteers are doing extraordinary things to improve lives and strengthen our communities. For all your dedication, hard work, compassion and time…..we recognize this, we are humbled by what you do and we thank you each and every one of you! Through you our vision and ethos of Order of Malta Ireland continues to live in the lives of so many we touch- Everyday Heroes Here's to the everyday heroes, The volunteers who do what they can, To ease the suffering of others, And be of service to their fellow man. May they know the true satisfaction That comes from helping others Less fortunate than themselves, But no less their sisters and brothers. May they feel the gratitude in our hearts For all of the good that they've done. The appreciation that we all feel for them Is truly second to none. Regards John Wright National Director #VolunteersActFirst

A huge thank you to everyone who donated money at our recent church gate collection. We managed to raise €1,790. Once again thank you to the public and to the members who helped out to a worthy cause 😊


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