Do something amazing
We know lives are busy and time is precious, and that’s why we value any support you can give us. Whether it’s taking on a fundraising challenge, lending a helping hand at events, or raising awareness among your local community, just get involved!
Whatever you do, and whether you do it with friends and colleagues or all by yourself, what matters is that you make it happen and raise funds that will make a very real difference.
Find out how to join our volunteers, the heroes behind the scene, who give up their precious time to help us raise funds and awareness on the ground across Kent, Surrey and Sussex.
Lotteries and Raffles
Lotteries and raffles are a brilliant way of making a donation while also giving yourself the chance to win something in return. Show your support by taking a chance today.
We are always looking to build relationships with companies who understand our cause and want to learn more about what we can do together to make a difference.
Ways to give
From regular giving to special donations, find out more about the various ways you can give directly to our charity.
Come to an event
We hold a variety of events throughout the year. Join us for a sociable, fun way of making a contribution to our cause!
I had no idea the air ambulance was dependent on donations and volunteers. Giving up a bit of my time feels like I’m giving something back.
More ways to support us
Get out of your comfort zone, achieve something special - and raise funds along the way.
Bring members of your club, society or community together in the name of our life-saving cause.
Collect your old crisp packets for a simple, sustainable way of helping KSS and the planet.
Nominate us before you checkout so we can benefit from the kindness of our retail partners.
Convert your spare holiday cash into valuable funds for our great cause. It all adds up!
Lend a helping hand, meet new people and support our life-saving work as a volunteer.
Donate now to help us save lives
£7.50 a month could help provide sets of disposable, moisture repellent coveralls that are worn over the flight suits to prevent contamination.
£50 could fund 300 syringes used to administer life-saving drugs at the scene of an incident.