The Air Ambulance Service
Our charity does not receive funding from the government or National Lottery for its daily missions and relies entirely on voluntary donations and support from our communities and business.
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Our lifesaving missions are funded by your generous donations. We do not receive any government funding.
What's Going On
Climbing Snowdon by stairs to raise funds for the Children’s Air Ambulance
“The Children's Air Ambulance was there for us in a time of need and now I want to help them help others by raising £2,000" - Paul Farrow
5 Virtual Ideas to Keep You Connected
Discover 5 ways to keep connected with friends, family and colleagues to celebrate both big events or simple, weekly catch-ups.
Patient expresses his thanks for still being alive on 4th anniversary of lifesaving air ambulance flight
Four years ago on May 23rd, Dave Farmer was flown by DLRAA. Now retired and enjoying life as a grandfather, he says not a day goes by that he doesn't think about the charity.
Growth forces air ambulance to close warehouse doors
A long-standing part of the Kegworth community, The Air Ambulance Service will close the doors to its Side Ley warehouse at the end of May due to the need to expand.
Volunteers are literally the heartbeat of our lifesaving charity.
The hours our volunteers donate help keep our charity shops open. They receive and sort donations and contribute vital skills to our offices and warehouses. Their time can be valued at more than £1 million but to us and our patients it’s priceless.