The Yorkshire Air Ambulance is proud of its strong partnerships within the local business community, and we very much value the support given to the Charity.
More now than ever, we realise that the corporate pound has to work harder than ever before, therefore the Yorkshire Air Ambulance has developed a range of initiatives that can be easily implemented into any business environment as well as engaging your staff and boosting your Corporate Social Responsibility objectives. We are looking to engage with brands and companies in the region and help promote business and trading between Yorkshire based businesses.
• Join our Business Supporters Network. Learn more
• Adopt the YAA as your company’s Charity of the Year
• Staff regular giving incentive
• Staff volunteering
• Hold a fundraising event
• Adopt our recycling scheme within your company. Learn more
• Sponsorship on one of the helicopters
• Fundraising through social events
“B. Braun is very proud of its links with such a vital, life-saving service which performs
such a superb role for the people of this region.
The Charity relies solely on the generosity of individuals and sponsors to operate the
rapid response helicopter service across Yorkshire, and I urge other individuals and
companies to get involved in this essential service. B. Braun looks forward to continuing our
relationship and supporting the YAA in the future."
“Arco are extremely pleased to be sponsoring the Yorkshire Air Ambulance Charity and to be
contributing to the fantastic work they do. As a company with its roots in Yorkshire and deeply
committed to safety we couldn’t think of a more fitting Charity to sponsor.”
“Redroute is delighted to have the opportunity to work with the YAA who play such an amazing role in the community.
It is difficult to believe that they YAA operates solely on donations when sometimes our very lives, or the lives of loved ones depend on it’s services. They are a fantastic organisation and well deserving of our support and we hope they are with us, saving lives for many more years to come.”