Blood Bikes Scotland needs your support

The work we do relies on public awareness and goodwill across the NHS regions we serve, as well as donations. 

The fact that you are reading this means that you are interested in Blood Bikes Scotland and what we do. You may have seen our vehicles on the road or outside an NHS care facility. You may have met our volunteer fundraisers at your local supermarket or a public event in your area.

Or you may have benefited directly from our service as a patient or NHS staff member. However you found out about us, we would like to thank you for taking an interest!

Making a donation isn’t the only way of supporting Blood Bikes Scotland. The more people that know about what we do to support the NHS, the more potential donors we can reach out to. And by telling your family, friends and colleagues about us, you can help increase awareness of our charity in your community and personal network. 


Here's how you can help.

Follow Us

We’re active on Facebook, Instagram, X (formerly Twitter) and LinkedIn.

Liking and sharing our posts helps us to share our news and grow support for our charity.

Shows and Events

We exhibit at the Scottish Motorcycle Show every year, and regularly attend other shows and exhibitions.

We also regularly fundraise at public events and supermarkets, so there are lots of opportunities to come and say hello.

Spread the Word 

Many people are aware of Blood Bikes but most don’t realise that we are a charity.

Telling your family, friends and colleagues about us really helps raise public awareness of what we do.

Invite us 

We are alway happy to come and talk to your club or society. 

We regularly visit Rotary and sports clubs, community groups and guilds to talk about what we do, in return for a donation to our charity.