Superhero Challenge this April
Run, jog, bake or sing but whatever you do, become a superhero to help raise money for The Air Ambulance Service.
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Celebrate bring a Superhero this April by registering, for free, to take part in our ‘Superhero Challenge’. Become a superhero and help us raise money to keep our helicopters flying and our critical care cars running.
Our event is free to join, but every penny you raise when you become part of our Team Mission could help us save a life. After the event, and your monies have been paid in, you will receive a special thank you and a Team Mission certificate from us.
Ideas to Get Involved
We want to encourage everyone to take part in our challenges which is why we want to share ideas on what you can do to help fundraise.
Why Get Involved?
Many of our patients, their families and our loyal supporters understand our crew are heroes, because of the amazing lifesaving work they do so we want to make superheroes from all of our supporters who help to help to keep us doing what we do every single day.
We think that national Superheroes day will be a great way for our supporters to have some fun with fundraising, either dressing up as a Superhero and doing the Virtual Run where you live. Whether it’s downloading a mask to sport during your challenge, or going the whole hog and donning an outfit from your favourite hero, the sky is the limit.
But the most important thing is that by taking part in this event, you’re raising the awareness of our charity as well as raising such vital funds to help us reach those who need us most.
Make a Difference
These events are not only fun, but are important to supporting those people who need us most. Noone ever expects to need our lifesaving services but the fact is, they do. The speed we can reach a patient and the critical care we provide on scene is the reason so many people are able to spend special moments with their loved ones.
Errwood Fly Fishing & Errwood Sailing Club
Huge thank you to Errwood Fly Fishing Club and Errwood Sailing Club in Derbyshire for raising £450 at their fundraiser in September for Derbyshire Leicestershire & Rutland Air Ambulance.
Rugby Self Store
Community Fundraiser, Lee Bunting, surprised the team at Rugby Self Store today for everything they do for your local air ambulance. By providing us with free storage, taking part in #TeamMission challenges and allowing their customers to donate clothing.
Jethro’s Ramblers have been supporting Children’s Air Ambulance for three years and they are always looking for new ways to fundraise. To date, they have raised just under £13,000 and we want to send them a Big Thank You!