Children’s Air Ambulance’s fruitful partnership with Play It Green
The Children’s Air Ambulance (TCAA) is pleased to announce its new partnership with Greater Manchester’s Play It Green.
Play It Green was founded to help people and businesses lower their footprint over time, whilst having an instant environmental and social impact through reforestation and social giving.
Their unique three-step solution of Reduce, Repair and Regive is at the heart of everything they do, and now they have chosen to support the lifesaving Children’s Air Ambulance.
The Children’s Air Ambulance is a national service, changing the face of paediatric and neonatal care through the high-speed transfer of critically ill babies and children – flying them from one hospital to another for specialist care. The clinically designed helicopters provide a flying intensive care unit for babies and children.
To help with saving many children’s lives, the team at Play It Green have launched an initiative where 10% of members’ subscriptions go towards the worthy cause.
“Play It Green was launched to not only help people and businesses lower their footprint, but to help them increase their social impact as well,” said Richard Dickson, Co-Founder of Play It Green.
“Our collaboration with the Children’s Air Ambulance means all our members can choose this worthy cause to give 10% of their subscription to. We are now also able to collaborate with the service’s corporate sponsors to bring sustainability to them through our workforce initiative and net zero support,” he added.
The funds generated by the Play It Green initiative will go towards further developing the Children’s Air Ambulance, including implementing new bespoke equipment onboard the aircraft to further support the NHS.
Commenting on the new partnership, TCAA Community Fundraising Executive, Kim Wright said:
“I am elated that the team at Play It Green have chosen to support the Children’s Air Ambulance through this fruitful new partnership – especially as sustainable change is of paramount importance to businesses now.
“Our lifesaving service receives no government funding, so we are incredibly grateful for the support, from individuals and businesses alike, as we depend wholly on these wonderful partnerships and donations to keep our vital service flying.”
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