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Gifts In Wills

Leave a gift in your Will

It’s easy to leave a charitable gift in your Will. Giving in this way helps us:

  • plan for the future
  • ensure we have the capabilities to continue delivering the best emergency medical care
  • invest in pioneering medical innovations.

Gifts in Wills are crucial to keep us running today, tomorrow and for years to come. You can help us to deliver advanced medical care to people in urgent need and giving them more time with their loved ones.

Your gift could become the legacy of a lifetime.


Of our annual income is from gifts in Wills.


Between 2008 and 2018 we received 200 gifts in Wills.


If you leave 10% of your estate to charity, your inheritance tax bill will decrease by 4%.


We were called out 2,670 times to help people in need of urgent critical care in the last year.

Type of gifts

Your Will is a precious document that ensures you take care of your family and friends after you’re gone. Once they are looked after, you can also include a gift to a charity and continue your support beyond your lifetime.

Any gift, even a small percentage of your estate, puts us in a stronger position to help the most critically ill and injured people in an emergency. There are several types of gifts you can choose to leave us.

Make or amend your Will 

We advise you use a solicitor to make or amend your Will. We offer a trusted and affordable Will service through The Goodwill Partnership, who can visit you at home or help you over the phone.

To find out more or make an appointment, their website via the link below or call 0844 669 6148. There is no obligation to leave us a gift in your Will when using this service. But we hope you’ll be inspired to support our work in this special way.

0844 669 6148

Find out more

Whether you’ve decided to leave a gift in your Will or would like more information, we’d love to hear from you. Simply complete our short form and our Legacy Manager will be in touch.

Gifts in Wills help keep us running and pay for vital equipment. This gives people the best chance of survival when the worst happens. Please consider supporting us in this very special way. Thank you.

Director of Operations, Adam Panter


Gifts in Wills account for 10% of our income (2018/19 figures). They are vital to fund our operations and other charitable costs. To find out more, read our latest annual review.

Annual review 2018 (for year ending september 2018)


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If you need a solicitor, you can search for one through the Law Society, the Yellow Pages, a public library or your local Citizens Advice Bureau.Before you visit your solicitor it’s important to decide who will inherit what and when. Making your wishes clear makes it easier for your loved ones to deal with your affairs after your death.

Our Gifts in Wills information pack includes a planner that may help. You can request a pack using the enquiry form.

If you decide to include a gift to Thames Valley Air Ambulance in your Will, your solicitor will need our charity name, registered charity address and number, as well as the details of the gift type and amount you’d like to give. 

Charity name: Thames Valley Air Ambulance

Registered charity address: Stokenchurch House, Oxford Road, Stokenchurch, Buckinghamshire, HP14 3SX

Registered charity number: 1084910

Inheritance tax is based on the value of a person’s estate upon their death. The ‘nil rate band’ or ‘inheritance tax threshold’ is the value of the estate that is exempt from inheritance tax. You could decrease the amount of inheritance tax by 4% if you choose to leave 10% or more of your estate to charity. For further information about inheritance tax, visit www.gov.uk/inheritance-tax. For all tax advice, we suggest you get in touch with a solicitor.

Ways to support Us

Your support keeps us at the frontline of saving lives every day. With so many ways to give, whether through a regular donation or the gift of your time, every little thing you can do helps us give more people a chance when the worst happens. We couldn’t do what we do without you.