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London's Air Ambulance

Proud supporters of London's Air Ambulance - The charity that delivers an advanced trauma team to London's most seriously injured patients.

Blick Rothenberg has chosen London’s Air Ambulance Charity to be its Charity of the Year for 2022/23.

Each year, the firm nominate and vote for a charity to support throughout the course of the year through various fundraising initiatives. For 2022/23 we have selected London’s Air Ambulance.

London's Air Ambulance

London’s Air Ambulance is the charity that delivers an advanced trauma team to London’s most seriously injured patients.

London Air Ambulance helicopters get them to the patient’s side in 11 minutes. 

By providing intervention as quickly as possible after injury, they aim to give patients the best chance of survival, and best quality of life, after trauma.

The charity serves the 10 million people that live work and travel within the M25, treating an average of five patients every day. The most common incidents we attend include road traffic collisions, stabbings and shootings, falls from height and incidents on the rail network.

Using a helicopter from 08:00 to sunset, and rapid response cars at night or in adverse weather situations, London’s Air Ambulance brings the hospital to the patient when time is critical. When an injury is so serious that there is no time to get to hospital for treatment, their crews are the only ones who can perform innovative and potentially life-saving procedures emergency surgery at the scene.

LAA Crew

The team, consisting of an advanced trauma doctor, paramedic and consultant on most missions, can perform treatments such as open-heart surgery, blood transfusions and general anaesthetic by the roadside.

Supporting London's Air Ambulance

London’s Air Ambulance is reliant on public donations to meet its annual running costs of approximately £10 million. The London Air Ambulance works closely with the NHS and receive some funding from its NHS partners, but it is not an NHS organisation.

Since launching 33 years ago, the service has treated over 43,000 patients.

Blick Rothenberg’s CEO Nimesh Shah said: “We recognise the privileged position we have in the community in which we work and it’s important for us as an organisation to give back to this community wherever possible. I’m pleased that our people have voted to support London’s Air Ambulance in 2022 in recognition of the amazing work they do.”

Jonathan Jenkins, CEO of London’s Air Ambulance Charity, commented: “We are very grateful to Blick Rothenberg for selecting us as the firm’s Charity of the Year, especially following the pandemic. Every day, we are up against time to save lives in London. Thank you to all of the team at Blick Rothenberg for voting for us.”

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Everyone at Blick Rothenberg is excited to get involved and raise as much as they can to help support this fantastic cause Nimesh Shah, CEO

London's Air Ambulance Children's Summer Art Challenge

The Winners

To celebrate London's Air Ambulance (LAA) as the Blick Rothenberg chosen charity for 2022 and 2023, the Charity Committee challenged colleagues children to draw, paint, craft or collage a piece of artwork showcasing the amazing work the the LAA do.

The winning pieces are being displayed in our reception areas, online on our website and across our social media, the artists each received a gift voucher.

Visit the Winners gallery

Nimesh Shah talks to London's Air Ambulance

We were delighted that Cat Hughes Philanthropy & Partnerships Coordinator at London's Air Ambulance Charity, was able to join us at our 2022 Summer Party (and "Sports Day) meet some of our team and talk to CEO Nimesh Shah about the amazing work the charity is doing to support the local community.

London Air Ambulance helicopters serve the 10 million people that live work and travel within the M25 and can get an advanced trauma team to London’s most seriously injured patients in 11 minutes.

Cat talked to Nimesh about the charity reaching a critical point to replace their two helicopters by 2024 and their 'Against Time Appeal' to raise the £15 million that is needed.

London’s Air Ambulance is reliant on public donations to meet its annual running costs.
You can find out more about the appeal and support it here.

LAA Helipad

London's Air Ambulance

Come to the frontline with our crew

This is the side of London’s Air Ambulance you hope to never see. Come to the frontline with our crew and see what happened after David lay critically ill at Waterloo station.​

The video takes you behind the scenes of a mission where your donations allowed our medics to be there when David was punched in the head and his heart stopped. ​

LAA Helipad