It's a charity, keep it flying

Great Western Air Ambulance Charity.

Help save local lives

We receive no day-to-day government funding and rely on your donations, no matter how big or small.

It’s because of people like you that we are able to save lives.


Great Western Air Ambulance Charity.

Here when you need us

Our committed team are on stand-by, every day of the year. 

We attend 4 incidents every day, saving local lives. Whoever you are, we are there when you need us.

About Us


Be a Hero!

We need people to to find their inner hero and help keep us flying!

National Air Ambulance Week is your chance to support the work of your lifesaving local air ambulance.

Help Us


Corporate Partnerships

Show people you care about saving lives in your area by becoming a GWAAC partner. 

Working together, we can keep providing this life saving service to your community. There are lots of activities you and your organization can get involved in, and our friendly fundraising team are here to help you choose and plan what works best for your company and employees. 

Get involved!


Individual fundraising

From holding events to taking part in sponsored challenges, there are so many ways to get involved and help the team! 

We are always happy to hear fundraising ideas, or to help you plan events to raise money. It’s the support of individuals like you that make it possible for us to save the lives of people in your area. If you would like to know more about getting involved, speak to the fundraising team.

Raise money


Come & work with us!

We are always looking for volunteers to help out the GWAAC team. 

Whether you can help in our offices, have a collection box, take part in a sponsored activity or host a fundraising event, we need you! 

We are only able to do what we do because of people like you who are willing to give up some of their precious time to provide this vital service to their community. Do something amazing and help us save lives. 

Become a volunteer
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Air Ambulance Lottery

Help save local lives and be in with a chance of winning up to £1000 by playing our lottery! 

With a donation of just £1 a week (or more if you can spare it!) you will be entered into our Air Ambulance Lottery. Make giving fun, and help save the lives of people in your area. What could be easier than that! (You must be aged 16 or over to play the lottery)

Play the lottery

Events & Challenges

Quiz Night – Stroud Rotary Club

Venue : King’s Stanley Village Hall
Date : Tuesday 1st November 2016 : 7.30 p.m.
Time : Promptly at 7.30 p.m. [Doors open 6.45 p.m.]
Cost : £8.50 per head to include a ploughman’s supper, with a licensed bar onsite.

Entries : 4 members per team (no restriction on the number of teams per organisation). Entry form attached.
NOTE : if you are unable to provide 4 members we will try to make up teams from individuals (or allocate individuals to teams that are short). Please contact me if necessary.

For more info Tel: 01453 753143 email : or download an entry form!

01/11/2016 at 6:45 pm - 9:30 pm
Kings Stanley Village Hall, Stroud Gloucestershire

Charity Ten Pin Bowling Tournament – Cheltenham

The Rotary Club of Cheltenham invites you to an evening of fun and fund-raising at Hollywood Bowl, The Brewery, Cheltenham on Monday 7th November 2016.

Teams of up to six players will be recruited to bowl for one session (lasting approx. one hour). They will be charged an entry fee of £15 per team – roughly equivalent to 50% of the cost of hiring a lane for six people for one session. We are hoping to get at least 30 teams to take part and will start the first group at 6:30 p.m, with an overall finish around 10:00 p.m.

Teams will raise sponsorship and be offered the opportunity to keep 50% of what they raise for their own nominated charity or good cause. The balance of the proceeds will be given by the Club to the Great Western Air Ambulance Charity.

For more information or for entry details, please contact Paul Clark, tel: 01242 517916 or e-mail

07/11/2016 at 6:30 pm - 10:00 pm
Hollywood Bowl – Cheltenham, Cheltenham


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