Make a donation online
Bank your donation
To make a one off donation through your bank account please give our Fundraising Team a call on 0800 587 4570. They will give you the account details and also a reference number for your payment so we know who has sent the donation when it appears on our bank statement. If you would like North West Air Ambulance to claim the Gift Aid on your donation please download and complete the Gift Aid form.
Become one of our Regular Donors
You can donate a regular amount via Direct Debit. Simply complete the online form here.
Alternatively choose to donate regularly through a standing order with the bank. If you would like to become a regular donor please download our standing order form here.
Make your donation over the telephone
To make a donation over the phone please call one of the team on 0800 587 4570 Monday – Friday 9:00 – 17:00, and have your card details at the ready. We will ask you a few questions about your donation including if your donation is eligible for Gift Aid and if you would like us to claim another 25p for each £1 you have donated. For more information about Gift Aid please take a look at the HMRC website.
Post your donation
We all love a nice surprise in the post and we are no different here at the North West Air Ambulance office! We appreciate each and every donation we receive, no matter how big or small, and we enjoy reading about all the wonderful ways in which you choose to support us. Please complete a donation form and post it with your cheque made payable to North West Air Ambulance. Please do not send cash in the post.
Gift Aid Declaration
Your tick makes a difference today!
Thanks to supporters simply ticking a box North West Air Ambulance claims thousands of pounds though HMRC’s Gift Aid scheme. As a registered charity we can claim 25p from the government for every £1 that you donate and it won’t cost you a penny! Please download a Gift Aid Declaration form here and send in with your donation. For more information about Gift Aid please take a look at the HMRC website.