- Ways To Give
Our lotteries are a great way to support your local air ambulances. Entry is easy and for just £1 per week, you have the chance to win a £1,000 cash prize while helping to keep our lifesaving services flying.
Thanks to the generosity of the supporters of our lottery, we are proud to declare that £2.09m was raised in 2017, which represented 63% of the gross proceeds, after prizes and expenses.
We are extremely grateful for the ongoing support from all of our lottery supporters, which will ensure the continuation of our service into the future.
And then it’s away you go… good luck!
To view a full list of winners from September 2015 onwards click here.
From September 1st, the previous draws for Warwickshire & Northamptonshire and Derbyshire, Leicestershire & Rutland, were combined into one draw to reflect the fact that both aircraft are operated under a single charity, The Air Ambulance Service. An additional prize of £250 has been added, for the new draw. As a result of this, expenses are lower, and donations, which will continue to be split between the two air ambulances are higher in both volume and percentage terms.
To view a list of winners from the previous Warwickshire & Northamptonshire Air Ambulance Lottery up to August 2015 click here.
To view a list of winners from the previous Derbyshire, Leicestershire & Rutland Air Ambulance Lottery up to August 2015 click here.
The Air Ambulance Service Lottery is promoted and operated by The Air Ambulance Service (TAAS). The Air Ambulance Service is licensed by the Gambling Commission, operating licence number 000-041823-N-321680-001 with responsible person Mr A Williamson. The sole charitable beneficiary of this lottery is The Air Ambulance Service which will receive all of the proceeds after the deduction of the expenses of running the lottery, including the cost of the prizes. For more information please view our Terms and Conditions, Social Responsibility in Gambling or our List of Canvassers. Players must be aged 16 or over.
On average our services attend around 1,800 rescue missions per year.