Giving a Major gift to North West Air Ambulance has an enormous impact on our charity, by helping us keep flying to save lives across the region. There are over 8 million people who live in the North West area, and by supporting us you can ensure we will always be there to help individuals whose lives can be changed in a split second.
As we receive no government or NHS funding, the support we receive from philanthropic individuals, foundations, and charitable trusts is absolutely vital, and a significant gift can be transformational.
It’s never been more important for us to continue establishing new connections and partnerships. We want to lead the way in enhanced pre-hospital care by continuing to innovate and invest in our people.
Together, we can make a lasting impact on the lives the charity helps every day.
We want to build powerful and long-lasting relationships with supporters who wish to make significant gifts to our charity.
Our Major Gifts team would welcome the opportunity to discuss the ways in which you can support us. Whether this is giving a personal donation, gifting your time and expertise, or by giving through a charitable trust or foundation.
We keep all our supporters up to date on how their donations make a difference. You will have a main point of contact at the charity who will keep you informed in the way you want to, as well as share upcoming events and opportunities for you to meet our incredible crew and witness our vital work in action.
Gift Aid and Tax Relief
UK taxpayers can increase their gift by an additional 25% by completing a Gift Aid Declaration. Additionally, if you’re a higher-rate taxpayer, you can claim back the difference between the higher rate and basic rate tax on the value of your donation. Please speak to our team to discuss this further.
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Get in touch
Our Major gifts team are on hand to discuss how we can make an impact together. Please reach out to find out more and explore the opportunities you can support us.
Former patient Henry is sat in a vechicle while wearing a red sports set
Nine days before his second birthday, while walking with his mum and auntie, Henry was hit by a car after falling into the road. Rob, Henry’s Dad, rushed to the scene: “My heart just sank, and I just thought, I’ve lost him.”