North West Air Ambulance is funded by donations. The distinctive yellow helicopters make hundreds of flights each year – would you like to help them?
Volunteer in the Lytham North West Air Ambulance Charity Store
Would you like to join the fantastic team at the Lytham charity store? It’s a very flexible role with a variety of tasks from operating the till, to greeting customers and sorting stock.
For more information please call 0151 547 7830 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Or you can call into the shop and ask for the manager. Please mention that you saw it on Visit Fylde Coast!
Be part of the amazing Fundraising Volunteer Team
North West Air Ambulance Charity is looking for volunteers to help with a wide range of fundraising events throughout the Fylde Coast. You could spend two hours raising money at a bucket collection, take part in local community events or join a team of volunteers at a huge event.
This is flexible opportunity, no experience is required. Volunteers choose the events they can attend. Anything from 2 hours of your time helps to raise the vital funds needed to keep the life-saving service flying. For more information please call 0151 547 7830 or email email@example.com. Please mention that you saw it on Visit Fylde Coast!
More about North West Air Ambulance
North West Air Ambulance Charity takes medics and life saving healthcare to the scene where it’s required. They treat and transfer patients to the best hospital as quickly as possible. This sort of help improves chances of survival and reduces the risk of long term injury.
North West Air Ambulance – funded by the public
Many critically injured patients wouldn’t be here without the North West Air Ambulance.
The North West Air Ambulance wouldn’t be here without you.
The service is funded by the generosity of the public. Donations, fundraising activity, lottery membership and the network of charity shops provide vital charitable funding to keep the service flying.
Believe it or not, the North West Air Ambulance Charity was only founded in 1999. It was in 2016 when all of the helicopters became the distinctive yellow which we so easily recognise today.
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