22nd Jul 2015

Our charity office volunteer Anne and her partner Geoff hosted a fantastic fundraising party for us this month in Westbourne Park. Raising over £2,700 in total, the event on Saturday 11th July was a huge success. 

With something for all ages, there were many different activities on offer to please the crowd including live music, DJ, face painting and a bouncy castle. A graffiti artist was also present, donating his time to paint a large mural of our helicopter for all to see. 

The evening was topped off when our Chief Pilot Neil Jeffers and duty crew flew past in the aircraft. Anne, who worked tirelessly organising the party, said: “It made my day when we saw the helicopter fly overhead. It was great to see the very thing we were all supporting and raising money for.” 

If like Anne and Geoff you would like to fundraise for us too, there are many ways you can get involved. Find out here how you can support us and in turn help us save more lives.

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