We work with our corporate partners to build innovative and sustainable partnerships, that deliver genuine impact whilst meeting your business and CSR objectives.
We treat on average 5 critically injured patients every day, 365 days a year, the impact of your support is tangible and clear.
It is estimated that major trauma causes nearly £4 billion in lost economic output each year. This is why a partnership with London’s Air Ambulance makes business sense.
How you can partner with us
We have a wide range of corporate partnerships available across a variety of sectors.
Each corporate partner plays an invaluable role, raising both awareness and funds for our lifesaving charity. We will work with you to design a partnership that is mutually beneficial and there are a number of ways we can work together…
- Charity of the Year
- Cause Related Marketing
- Payroll Giving
Looking ahead we need to double our income by 2023 - to keep our trauma team operational and to ensure we can continue to innovate and save more lives. Right now, building sustainable partnerships across the city is more important than ever.
Meet our Corporate Partners
London’s Air Ambulance is a highly visible brand in the Capital and partnering with our charity offers a fantastic opportunity to raise your profile within London, whilst funding lifesaving and innovative procedures.
We have the pleasure of working with corporate partners across multiple sectors and we strive to deliver partnerships that align with your CSR needs, resources and business drivers.
Currently our partners support in a variety of ways and each corporate relationship is unique. Whether you want to support on a strategic, cause related marketing, charity of the year or sponsorship level, we would love to hear from you. Email Lucy on [email protected]
Aberdeen Standard Investments
Aberdeen Standard Investments came on board as a helicopter tail sponsor 6 years ago. In that time employees have also braved our Helipad Abseil and helped to raise funds in a static cycle challenge during City Giving Day.
Our Deputy Chair of Trustees Sam Walker is also Head of Public Affairs at Aberdeen Standard Investments and has been heavily involved in helping to raise awareness for our charity in the capital, as well as through the corporate partnership.
“London is incredibly fortunate to be home to this world class medical charity – it deserves your support.” Martin Gilbert, CEO, Aberdeen Standard Investment.
Allianz and their 5000 strong employee base across the UK are aiming to raise £1million for the 21 air ambulance charities including London’s Air Ambulance by November 2018.
Employees have been actively engaged in fundraising and awareness campaigns since the partnership with the Association of Air Ambulances Charity (AAAC) launched in February 2016.
London employees have so far enjoyed lunch & learns with our operational team, physical challenges like the Thames Path Challenge and a team also walked 600 miles between 15 air ambulance bases over six days helping to raise over £12,000.
“We are very pleased to be supporting the vital work that the air ambulances do. The charity was voted for by our employees and through fundraising activities across our branch network we can make a real impact in local communities that we serve” Jon Dye, CEO, Allianz UK
The partnership with EE has enabled our team to successfully develop and implement a bespoke mapping application delivered over a 4G EE network which accelerates the time it takes to dispatch the helicopter and eliminates paper-based records.
Previously a traditional A-Z Map book was used to plot the route. Now the address can be directly inputted into the navigation app on the tablet which generates a direct route. This means our trauma team are now airborne faster and on scene treating critically injured patients much quicker.
“Our patients have started the dying process as soon as their injury has occurred. Many of them don’t have a pulse, so the time you have to save a life is very short and saving seconds wherever we can all adds up and makes a difference to their outcome.” Dr Gareth Davies, Medical Director, London’s Air Ambulance
Foxtons support London’s Air Ambulance with a fully integrated partnership including both commercial sponsorship and staff fundraising.
Following the launch in October 2015 a successful London-wide Christmas Jumper Day followed and talks from our operational team to help engage with staff across the business.
A successful Payroll Giving Campaign rolled out in early 2016 and the team at Foxtons proudly announced over 24% staff take up in 2017 followed by a Payroll Giving Platinum Award. In 2017 we were excited to be invited with Foxtons to present at a Payroll Giving Conference on the success of the campaign.
Since then we have supported the team with a variety of fundraising events including trekking Kilimanjaro, 3 Peaks Challenge and cycling hundreds of miles between them.
"Foxtons is committed to delivering a positive impact to the communities in which we operate and we feel honoured to be partnered.” Nic Budden, CEO, Foxtons
Phoenix Group raised an amazing £580,000 in the first three years of the partnership between London’s Air Ambulance and Midlands Air Ambulance and have now committed to a further three years up to 2020.
We have worked with staff who have been engaged in a variety of activities. These have ranged from attending motivational sessions with our CEO, to volunteering at our charity office through to imparting skills-based knowledge benefitting the charity’s risk and governance processes.
“With the excellent partnership management and continual support we receive from the charity, we know that our relationship will go from strength to strength…” Andy Moss, CEO, Phoenix Life
London's Air Ambulance Charity is delighted to announce that their long standing relationship with supporter ZOLL has moved up an extra level.
ZOLL has been partnered with London's Air Ambulance for 15 years, and continues to provide the clinical teams with cutting edge equipment to help bring the hospital to the patient when they have been critically injured and there is no time to get to the Emergency Department. ZOLL X Series Monitor/Defibrillators will be carried on every flight and in every rapid response car.
After a decade and a half working together London's Air Ambulance and ZOLL will be embedding their relationship further, with ZOLL supporting improvements to clinical data collection using RescueNet CaseReview and most recently, the Institute of Pre Hospital Care at London’s Air Ambulance’s Resuscitative Science symposium. Sharing expertise and knowledge will enhance both services.
“ZOLL is extremely proud of its connection with London's Air Ambulance. Over the last 15 years ZOLL has helped London’s Air Ambulance save more lives every day, during every flight and every call. We are excited to work even more closely together in the future.” Elijah White, President of the Resuscitation division at ZOLL Resuscitation