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Air Ambulance Air Challenge

Take part in our Air Challenge and keep us flying high

Our Air Challenge is an exciting new fundraiser, launching to help raise money, so that we can continue providing life-saving care to those in urgent need.

You, along with your social media followers, friends and family are invited to get involved.

Launching on Friday 19 June , the Air Challenge asks you to get creative and fundraise by simply, keeping something in the air.

Here’s how to get involved:

  1. Choose your Air Challenge
  2. Record yourself doing your challenge whilst counting your repetitions or tracking your ‘air time’
  3. Donate £3 by texting AIR3 to 70300* or by clicking here
  4. Share your video on social media and nominate 4 people to take on their very own Air Challenge. Simply copy and paste the following text to accompany your video:

I’ve been nominated by X to take on the #AirAmbulanceAirChallenge to help raise vital funds for @airambulancekss during these challenging times. I have made a £3 donation by texting AIR3 to 70300.



* We receive 100% of your donation. Texts cost your donation plus one standard rate message. Always get the bill payers permission.

The campaign’s open to everyone, we want to see as many people as possible taking part.

Here are some ideas to get you started:

  • Keepie uppies with a football, shuttlecock or toilet roll!
  • Try and keep a kite in the air for three minutes
  • Bop a balloon in the air between yourself and a family member

You can learn more and find out what other supporters are doing by visiting our Air Challenge Facebook Group.

We just ask that you make sure you’re following the government guidelines on social distancing.

Thank you and good luck!

We’re continuing to respond to the sickest and most critically injured across our regions in their hour of need. We’re also helping in the fight against the Coronavirus by supporting the transfer of critically ill Coronavirus patients across our regions, as and when required. Find out more here.