In Memory Giving
Give a Gift in Memory of a Loved One
Remember someone special whilst supporting the Warwickshire, Northamptonshire and Derbyshire, Leicestershire and Rutland air ambulance. Together, let’s keep their memory flying.
Remember a loved one, donate to The Air Ambulance Service and keep their memory flying. In memoryof someone special, we’ll create a sycamore seed that will hold your message and put your valuable donationtowards saving lives, every day.
Create a Tribute for Loved Ones
See their sycamore fly, by creating a tribute page to share photos and comments, and collect donations in memory of a loved one.
In Memory of Christopher Riley
Read our case study of the Riley family, 6 siblings who completed the Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge and raised £4,800 for us, after we flew their father to hospital when he was injured in a road traffic collision in November 2017.
Frequently Asked Questions
One off In Memory donations from individuals can be gift aided, if you are a UK tax payer. Unfortunately, funeral collections cannot be gift aided.
Other ways you can support the Air Ambulance at this time include; holding a fundraising event, planting a tree in our Memorial Woodland, signing up to a challenge sport event and setting up a dedicated Tribute Page. Please contact us for more information.
We can’t currently add on offline donations, but this is something we’re working on.
Yes we do. Please contact our In Memory Team, who can provide collection tins and donation envelopes.
You can donate via our dedicated website or post cheques to our Head Office. Please contact our In Memory Team if you are looking to process cash donations.
Please contact our In Memory Team on 03003 045 999 or firstname.lastname@example.org who can help you through the process.
If you’ve had a cash collection for your loved one please email our team with the name of the Tribute Page along with the amount and one of our team will get this added on the totaliser within the tribute page.
Yes, we welcome Tribute Pages for specific events, to raise funds in memory of loved ones.