Can you take on The 175 Challenge?

21st October 2014

Have you got a great idea for fundraising? Can you make good use of your entrepreneurial skills? Want to get involved with the Yorkshire Air Ambulance? We are looking for companies, groups, individuals and schools to raise at least £175 in 175 hours! The challenge is part of The 175 Campaign, an initiative developed with our partner B.

Braun to raise funds in South Yorkshire for the Yorkshire Air Ambulance. You will get 175 hours starting on Saturday 8th November to raise at least £175 in the most imaginative way you can - as long as it is both safe and legal! The 175 challenge will finish on Saturday 15th November with your donation going online via Justgiving. There will be an award given to the most innovative fundraising idea and for the team/individual who raise/s the most money. The 175 Challenge will create a fantastic opportunity to make a difference in your community by raising funds for this vital life-saving service. How to get involved... Register your interest and idea with Mark Perry - / 07768 175727 Start your fundraising between 8th - 15th November 2014 Share your stories on our social media channels below! Upload your funds and message to

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