Yellow Yorkshire - For Yorkshire Air Ambulance

19th March 2015

Join the  Yellow Yorkshire campaign to support the Yorkshire Air Ambulance!!  Encompassing all things yellow, we are looking for businesses, organisations and schools to get involved in this fantastic event and either wear something Yellow or organise a Yellow fundraising event on Friday 3rd July 2015.

The best ideas may also feature in your local paper too as they are looking to cover some of the more interesting ideas! People are encouraged to donate on the day and the funds will be donated directly to the Yorkshire Air Ambulance. There will also be a just giving page to donate directly to the charity. The Yorkshire Air Ambulance is an independent Charity which operates two life-saving helicopters across the Yorkshire region.  Each day we need to raise £9990 to keep our helicopters in the air and saving lives - this is equivalent to £3.6m every year.  With no direct government funding, the only help we receive is the secondment of our Paramedics from the Yorkshire Ambulance Services NHS Trust - we rely solely on groups, individuals and organisations to help us raise the funds we so vitally need. If you are interested in getting involved in the Yellow Yorkshire campaign, please call Mark Perry to register on 07768175727 or email #yellowyorkshire

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