Our charity works with clubs, societies and groups across London who support our charity in various ways, such as events, long-term partnerships or hosting a speaker to learn more about our work.

These partnerships are very special to our charity because they allow us to meet our supporters in the heart of their community. We’re always eager to support your group to have fun while fundraising and help our charity to save lives.

Community story – The Red Hat Society

Ladies from The Red Hat Society (Brentwood Chapter) attended The Marianne Hamilton Memorial lunch in memory of their fellow society member. Marianne, who was attended by our team and was a patient at The Royal London Hospital, sadly passed away in March 2014. The event was organised by Ann Denwood, Marianne's partner, and attended by friends and former work colleagues. The afternoon was a wonderful opportunity to celebrate Marianne’s life, with a selection of her favourite songs and music performed. The lunch raised an incredible £650 for our charity.

Arranging a talk

Our volunteer speakers can visit your society, club or group to inspire members and share facts and stories that you might not otherwise get to know about our charity. They’ll also be able to answer any questions you have, providing a unique insight into the work we do.

If you would like to request a talk, please get in touch with our community team directly at community@londonsairambulance.org.uk or 020 3023 3300.

Scouts and Guides

As well as supporting our charity through talks and fundraising, Guides, Brownies, Scouts and other youth groups can learn about and support our charity by earning their London's Air Ambulance Charity Challenge badge.

Young people can earn the badge by getting involved in a range of group fundraising activities in their communities. Find out more about our Charity Challenge Badge by downloading:

Charity Challenge Badge Pack

Charity Challenge Badge Resources

If you have any questions or queries, please do get in touch with our team at community@londonsairambulance.org.uk or 020 3023 3300.