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Over £1 million for Rescue Services

posted 15 May 2012, 12:33 by Michael Davey   [ updated 15 May 2012, 12:43 ]

23 April 2012

Helping to save lives
The North West Air Ambulance Credit: NWAA

Air Ambulances save the lives of thousands of people every year by getting doctors and paramedics to patients in emergency situations, as quickly as possible - operating almost entirely from donations.

In April 2012, The Freemasons' Grand Charity announced over £1 million has been donated to these rescue services since 2007. Every Air Ambulance charity in England and Wales has received funding.

The following video presentation has been created to celebrate over £1 million in donations for these vital services.

Air Ambulance Video Presentation

In 2012, Provincial and Metropolitan Grand Lodges across England and Wales are being invited to present a share of £192,000 to their regional rescue service.

Full list of Air Ambulance Grants 2012