Will You Step Up to This Challenge to Help Save Lives?


Thomas Edwards (left) and Alaina Sawaya (right).

Once again, a group of Emerald Heights residents are challenging this community to help fund the training of two Redmond Fire paramedic students in this year’s training class, Thomas Edwards and Alaina Sawaya.

Every donation from residents to Medic One Foundation until the end of the year will be matched, dollar for dollar, up to $25,000 thanks to our generous supporters. Please join us in giving our Medic One paramedics access to the finest education and training possible.

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A Life-saving Gift Worth Making

We all count on the life-saving care that Medic One paramedics bring in a life-or-death medical emergency. Whether responding to a cardiac arrest call or other medical emergencies such as trauma, severe illness, or stroke, we want our paramedics to continue to be among the best in the world. 

Your generous year-end gift today will have a profound impact on the quality of training our Medic One paramedics receive and their ability to save lives—at Emerald Heights and throughout the city of Redmond. So far this year, Medic One paramedics and Redmond firefighters have responded to Emerald Heights more than 250 times. 

More Ways to Give

Interested in making your gift of stock, securities, or wire transfer? To help facilitate your gift, please use this link to find out how to initiate your request. We look forward to sharing the progress of Class 49 with you over the coming year!


If you have any questions, please contact our office at info@mediconefoundation.org or (425) 625-2137.


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