When our crew are called upon, your gift will fly with them.
Gifts given to GNAAS in Wills are crucial in enabling GNAAS aircrews to bring their expert trauma care to wherever it is needed most, be it roadside or mountaintop. Big or small, every legacy is important to us. Please consider including a gift to GNAAS in your Will.
Last year we received gifts and pledges ranging from £50 to upwards of £480,000. Together these gifts make a huge difference.
We have created a guide that will give you a good understanding of why you might consider leaving a gift to the Great North Air Ambulance Service. It includes practical tools and information on how to leave a gift and information about what kinds of gift you can leave.
Download your guide here, or request a printed pack and find out more about the difference a gift in your Will can make.Request a pack
If you already intend to remember the Great North Air Ambulance Service in your Will, please get in touch.
We would like to acknowledge your kind gesture and have the opportunity to thank you for thinking of us.
Gifts given in Wills make up a significant amount of our total income, so having an idea of the number of gifts we are likely to receive in the years ahead can help us shape our future.Get in touch
Information for executors and solicitors
If you’re an executor of a Will or solicitor acting on behalf of a GNAAS supporter, please contact us.
We administer all legacies internally, so please get in touch if you have a gift that you need to pay in or have any questions.For executors and solicitors
Dave's lasting legacy
All kinds of people put a gift to the Great North Air Ambulance Service in their Will.
Supporter Dave Durant explains what leaving a gift to the Great North Air Ambulance means to him.Read Dave's story
Help and guidance
If you haven’t already, download our legacy guide and find out more about how gifts in Wills support the charity, how it works and how we ensure your gift is put to incredible use, saving lives.
Get in touch with our legacy officer Hannah by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Call 01325 487 263 to have a no-obligation chat with our legacy officer, Hannah.
Hannah will be happy to answer any questions you might have about giving a gift in your Will or anything else you might like to know about the charity.