Ageas charity partner

We are proud to support Air Ambulances UK in 2023

Community matters

And we’re proud to have a strong community here at Ageas

Our people are at the heart of their local communities and we give them the opportunity to get involved in fundraising, volunteer days and community work, which could be anything from bake-offs to skydiving.

We have a long tradition of supporting national charities and working with local communities, and every year our employees support one national charity across all our offices. 

In 2022-2023, we were proud to have partnered with Air Ambulances UK, to support their life saving work across the UK.

In 2024, we are delighted to continue this important partnership with such an outstanding organisation, who are there for all of us when we need them the most.

Ageas employee on charity run with medal

Air Ambulances UK is the national charity supporting the lifesaving work of the UK's air ambulance charities, enabling them to save even more lives every day.

Magpas Air Ambulance treating patient

Life saving work

Air ambulance crews bring the Emergency Department to patients who have suffered a life threatening or life changing trauma or medical emergency; providing advanced critical care to save lives.

On average, an air ambulance can reach someone in urgent need within 15 minutes. Anyone, anywhere in the UK can become a patient at any time.

Donate to Air Ambulance UK

Air ambulance missions cost on average between £2,500-3,500 and are funded almost entirely by the generosity of the public.


Did you know?

  • Each day air ambulances are dispatched to over 102 missions
  • 21 air ambulance charities, 37 helicopters and 66 critical care cars deliver critical care across the UK
  • Each year over 37,000 people need the lifesaving care of an air ambulance


Air Ambulances UK  logo
Air Ambulances UK logo

Support Air Ambulances UK

If you'd like to support AAUK, you can make a donation or find out more at Air Ambulances UK.

Image credits:

Header image: Hampshire and Isle of Wight Air Ambulance,courtesy of Tim Wallace
Top and bottom images courtesy of Magpas Air Ambulance
Middle image courtesy of Great Western Air Ambulance Charity