Help the lifesaving charity, one e-greeting at a time


Are you tired of writing Christmas cards? Why not save paper and support your local air ambulance this festive period? As the season of goodwill is upon us and many people are thinking about sending best wishes to their loved ones, an e-greeting can be a perfect way to show people how much you care. The Great North Air Ambulance Service’s online fundraising site offers a quick and easy alternative to traditional handwritten cards.

Are you tired of writing Christmas cards? Why not save paper and support your local air ambulance this festive period?

As the season of goodwill is upon us and many people are thinking about sending best wishes to their loved ones, an e-greeting can be a perfect way to show people how much you care.

The Great North Air Ambulance Service’s online fundraising site offers a quick and easy alternative to traditional handwritten cards. By visiting the site, you can make a donation and leave a message to all your colleagues, family and friends to bring the Christmas cheer in to the office or home, by showing your kind words to relatives and buddies.

Sharing the page is simple and hassle free and can be done so through social media sites or email. Your loved ones can look at the page, find your note and see that you’ve made a donation to a charity close to your heart, along with a special yuletide message waiting just for them.

Mandy Drake, head of fundraising at GNAAS, said: “As many families will be tucking in to their Christmas dinner, our crew will be on standby ready for a winter call-out. The local charity runs three helicopters in the North East, North Yorkshire and Cumbria, 365 days a year.”

You can raise more than a smile with charitable good wishes. So help the Great North Air Ambulance Service, one e-greeting at a time. 

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