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Play our Summer Raffle and support lifesaving care

By playing our Summer Raffle you will help keep us on the frontline of saving lives, and allow us to be there for more patients like Vanessa.

You could be in the running to win one of the 60 cash prizes on offer, including our incredible £2,500 cash first prize! It’s easy to enter, and tickets are only £1 each.

THE LIFEBLOOD OF OUR COMMUNITY: 300 UNITS OF BLOOD GIVEN BY CREWS

The second Helicopter Emergency Medical Service (HEMS) unit in the country to carry blood on board its vehicles, Thames Valley Air Ambulance has given nearly 300 units of blood to over 100 patients since 2018.

doctor Asher

taking the hospital to the roadside WITH DOCTOR asher

Getting a doctor to an incident is one of the ways your support can really boost the chances of a patient.

Our doctors’ medical experience and training means they can administer specialist drugs, such as strong pain relief and emergency anaesthesia, that wouldn’t otherwise be available at the scene.

helicopter on helipad

Over 2,500 missions last year

Between 1 October 2019 and 30 September 2020, we were called out 2,570 times to help patients in need of critical care.

We delivered advanced medical care to 1,497 patients, giving them the best chance when the worst happened.

Donate to thames valley air ambulance

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.