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Synergos Consultancy Ltd gives national lifesaving charity a helping hand

Synergos Consultancy Ltd gives national lifesaving charity a helping hand

The Children’s Air Ambulance (TCAA) are pleased to announce their new corporate partnership with Synergos Consultancy Ltd, in Huddersfield.

Synergos, a specialist consultancy company who assist businesses to achieve various means of compliance have named the vital inter-hospital transfer service – which flies critically ill babies and children from one hospital to another for specialist care – as their Charity of the Year.

“We chose to partner with the Children’s Air Ambulance due to the work that they do to support the needs of critically ill children,” explained Jenny Kilburn, Managing Director of Synergos Consultancy Ltd.

“We realised that this national charity isn’t as well known or as in the spotlight as others, and we liked the engagement and support from our very first interaction with them,” added Jenny.

With their ability to fly approximately four times faster than a land ambulance, the Children’s Air Ambulance can minimise travel times and the risk for little patients, often the difference between life and death.

“Being a small team here at Synergos, who all have children of our own, it is something that sits with us and it is a cause that we really want to support,” said Jenny.

Starting with a ‘Dry January’ themed fundraiser, Synergos will be donating each month from the business as well as holding a variety of fundraising events -to raise the vital funds needed to keep the lifesaving service flying.

Looking forward to working with Synergos over the next year, Community Fundraising Officer for TCAA, Sharon Evans said:

“We’d like to say a huge thank you to Synergos for choosing us to be their Charity of the Year.

“The Children’s Air Ambulance receives no government funding so we are incredibly grateful for the support, from individuals and businesses alike, as we depend wholly on these partnerships and donations to keep us flying critically ill babies and children to the lifesaving treatment they need.”