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Emergency Helicopter Medics filming with Thames Valley Air Ambulance helicopter and paramedic

Emergency Helicopter Medics
is Back

See the impact your donations make to real patients in the new series of Emergency Helicopter Medics. Join our crew on-scene at some of the most critical emergencies in the region from Sunday 22nd May, 9pm on More 4.

charity skydive for tvaa

An adrenaline rush
that could save a life.

Skydive for Thames Valley Air Ambulance. Jump into the experience of a lifetime and raise vital funds to keep our lifesaving service available for patients in need.

Illustrated CCRV, helicopter and TVAA staff

Protecting, saving and reviving lives, together.


We’ve come a long way since we were first set up in 1999. We’ve continued to evolve and expand our service. But we want to go further.

We’re excited to share our new strategy with you: the most important member of our team.

TVAA Patient Liaison Manager Lorraine

On track to realise aftercare ambitions thanks to generous gift


Did you know, our care extends well beyond the day someone is seriously ill or injured?

Thanks to a generous gift from a local benefactor, we’ve been able to expand our Aftercare service which provides vital support for our patients, their loved ones and bystanders.

MISSION MAP: SEE THE IMPACT OF YOUR SUPPORT

Our interactive Mission 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 £3,900 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.

2,880

Last year, we were called out 2,880 times to help people in need of urgent critical care.

7

We are called out on average 7 times a day.

15

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