21 Oct 2013

In December, members of the Albacore Meeting Room Trust, The Plymouth Brethren Christian Church based in South London, set a fundraising target of £1,000. They were surprised by the generosity of donations received after running an email campaign and sending out letters, that informed their local congregation of our work. 

Spokesman Lloyd Devenish said: “Once the literature was distributed, money just kept coming in! It was outstanding and completely smashed all targets we had originally set. In the end we managed to raise £2065.

“It was amazing to see how the running of London’s Air Ambulance worked and we are looking forward to working closely with this charity  in the future. We are taking a number of London’s Air Ambulance collection boxes and soon a large number of the local businesses will have a red donation box on their trade counter.

“Well done to the London’s Air Ambulance team. We are thankful you are around to help!”

For more information on Plymouth Brethren, visit  www.plymouthbrethrenchristianchurch.org

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