The Latest News And Thank Yous
FACE FEARS AND SAVE LIVES URGES AIR AMBULANCE PATIENT
A Coventry University professor is urging local people to “face your fears and help save lives” by signing up for a charity abseil down the walls of the city’s iconic cathedral to
On a mission to repay car crash lifesaving rescue
Peter Corbett suffered catastrophic injuries and nearly died when his car crashed during a banger racing event at Buxton Raceway.
Warwickshire Federation of Women’s Institute AGM
The Air Ambulance Service was chosen as their centenary charity of the year. The ladies have been extremely busy raising money.A whopping £9,700 was presented and they raised more!
Erewash Valley Golf Club
Captain Sue Powell and members presented our volunteer Keith Murfin with a cheque for £2167.65. This incredible amount was raised from cake sales, clothes and bric-a-brac.
Ikeston Borough Golf Club
£728 was raised for us from this brilliant club. The fundraising event included; a Seve Ballesteros day, where members dressed as “Seve” for a round of golf.
Jillian & Ken Harrington
£535.00 of donations were raised after celebrating their Golden Wedding Anniversary this month. Donations to The Air Ambulance were asked for instead of receiving presents!
WMRAC – aka The Doghouse Owner’s Club
A massive thank you to WMRAC (affectionately known as The Dog owners club) for their wonderful donation again this year of £2,500.
£289.50 was raised for The Air Ambulance Service from a raffle held by Franco. Thank you for all those who bought tickets and helped to raise a great donation.
Butchers Petcare, Crick
Hazel Townsend and the wonderful Team at Butchers Petcare had a Christmas Raffle, with items that had been donated to them throughout the year and they raised a massive £777.50.
The Derwent Valley Gun Dog Display Team
£2580 was raised by the team through putting on demonstrations of the dogs working at dog shows, steam fayres and ploughing matches across 2018.
Ever wanted to do a parachute jump? This is the best way to do it.
Incredible £10,000 Raised by Derby Market Trader
When Derby market trader Stuart Morris was given a collection of unwanted magazines to sell for charity he thought he was doing a one-off good deed.
Derby High School
The Air Ambulance would like to say a huge thank you to the staff and students at Derby High School who, after a year of fundraising, have raised a fantastic £2,413.75.