Medical Flight Charities Slowly Getting Back on Track

The lockdowns around the world are easing, down and people are slowly gaining the confidence back to venture out and involve in matters that are pressing for a society to function normally. One of such activities is medical flight charity. Countries like the United Kingdom depend heavily on public contributions to keep the air ambulance services running. Here are a few developments that stand evidence to the fact that they are inching towards normalcy.

A Kid from Reading Raising Money for Medical Flight Services

Alfie, an 8-year-old boy, has made news for his efforts to raise money for Children’s Air Ambulance. This enterprising child organized a sponsored run and has been selling bird feeders to raise money. It is believed that he has already raised a few hundred pounds through his relentless efforts. Alfie is a part of #TheCrew, a children’s club, involved in raising money for the worthy cause.

Medics in Ireland take up Cycling Challenge to Raise Money

A team of 11, comprising of an engineer, six doctors, and 4 paramedics is all set to take up a cycling challenge that will cover 110 miles. The effort has come in the face of COVID-19 pandemic, which stalled several fund-raising efforts. The endurance challenge is set to take place between the 2nd and 3rd of October. The expectation is that it will raise the much-needed funds to keep the medical flight services going. They are doing this for the Northern Ireland Air Ambulance.

Midlands Air Ambulance Charity goes Virtual

This charity has revealed that their pre-hospital services have shot up by 35% due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The organization has, therefore, decided to give the community that it serves an insight into what typically goes on. It will, of course, be a fund-raising initiative too. The organization has taken the virtual route to ensure the safety of the community amid the pandemic.

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