Eliga Services donate valuable time to The Air Ambulance Service
Eliga Services have donated the equivalent cost of a Children’s Air Ambulance (TCAA) mission, through donating their valuable time and expertise to the lifesaving service.
At the end of 2021, the team at the digital transformation consultancy partnered with the Children’s Air Ambulance and have further expanded their vital support to encompass The Air Ambulance Service – to help save more lives.
The Air Ambulance Service (TAAS) operates the lifesaving Warwickshire and Northamptonshire Air Ambulance (WNAA), Derbyshire, Leicestershire & Rutland Air Ambulance (DLRAA), and national Children’s Air Ambulance (TCAA).
Eliga Services’ Head of Operations and Technology, David Cowland states, “Giving back into and helping communities is an important part of the Eliga culture. The Air Ambulance Service provides such a critical service. A mission can be the difference between life and death. We are proud to be able to help in a small way to support them.”
Since the partnership began, the team at Eliga have donated the equivalent of £3,500 of their time and has plans in 2022 to review their ongoing commitment to the vital service – highlighting milestones along the way.
“We are incredibly grateful to Eliga for supporting us in this way. By donating their time and expertise they have not only provided us with a significant cost saving that could fund a lifesaving Children’s Air Ambulance mission, but they have also moved us forward in a pivotal piece of work that will have a huge impact on the charity,” says TAAS Director of Income Generation, Donna Young.
The project which Eliga has helped steer for the charity will in time make it more efficient, help to provide better support to its donors and customers, and most importantly enable the charity to raise more money, to fund more lifesaving missions.
“It has been so enormously helpful to have Eliga onboard supporting us in this way, and we can’t thank them enough for sharing their knowledge and devoting their time to this crucial work,” adds Donna.