Mohawk Ambulance Service is a proud member of our community, actively participating in the communities we serve since 1964.
● A devastating fire in Schenectady left more than 60 people without a home or possessions in March 2015. Mohawk Ambulance Service employees joined together with the local communities to donate and deliver two ambulances stocked with clothing, food, sundries and various household items to their neighbors affected by the fire.
● In 2015, Mohawk Ambulance Service worked with the City of Albany and the Department of Labor to offer scholarships to Albany residents interested in becoming an Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) but with limited resources to pursue the career. Mohawk Ambulance provided books and conducted the training class and the City of Albany and the New York State Department of Labor provided funding for tuition and other costs.
● Mohawk Ambulance Service partnered with several local community agencies to host a Summer Safety event, which offered Capital Region children and families tips on staying safe this summer season. The annual event featured displays and presentations from Mohawk Ambulance Service, Albany Police Department, Albany Fire Department, Albany County Sheriffs Office, Albany Office of Public Works, and City Harvest Family Church. Plans are underway for a 2016 Summer Safety Day.
Whether participating in organizations such as the local Chambers of Commerce or supporting local non-profits organizations, Mohawk Ambulance Service works hard to deepen our community relationships. We get involved and stay involved.