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thames valley air ambulance patient, Roy

HELP US GIVE LIFESAVING CARE THIS CHRISTMAS

Roy is feeling incredibly lucky to be here this Christmas.

In January 2021, Roy suffered a cardiac arrest at home and needed urgent care. Our doctor and paramedic team fought for 93 minutes to save Roy’s life, administering 11 shocks to restart his heart.

As an independent charity, we can only be there for patients like Roy with your support. Please donate today to help us give lifesaving care this Christmas.

Thames valley air ambulance dispatcher

inside the control room WITH EMERGENCY DISPATCH ASSISTANT JEN

Our dispatchers are the first point of call for our lifesaving service. This Control Room Week come behind-the-scenes with Emergency Dispatch Assistant, Jen, and learn how our dispatchers play a vital role in delivering critical care to our patients.

MISSION MAP: SEE THE IMPACT OF YOUR SUPPORT

It’s Air Ambulance Week, and we’re celebrating with the launch of our brand new Mission Map.

Our interactive map puts you in the pilot’s seat, giving you a chance to travel through our region and see how your support has made a real difference to patients in need.

It costs us £3,750 to send our helicopter on each mission. We are an independent charity and receive no government or national lottery funding, relying solely on donations from generous supporters like you. Please donate today to help keep us flying.

2,570

We were called out 2,570 times to help people in need of urgent critical care in the last year.

7

We are called out on average 7 times a day.

15

We can be anywhere in Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire within 15 minutes.