Fundraising

The Yorkshire Ambulance Service Charity relies on generous donations from the Yorkshire community. We are so grateful to receive support from companies, groups and individuals who take time to fund raise so our ambulance service can help save more lives across Yorkshire.  
 

Our charity is aiming to save even more lives and we need your help to raise vital funds to do more, across Yorkshire.

Anyone can become a fundraiser; whether you wish to organise your own event, take on a personal challenge or fundraise at work, we are on hand to offer guidance and support. Any gift of time or money is so valuable however small.

Why not consider:

  • Holding a cake sale or coffee morning at your office, school or club and donate the proceeds?
  • Taking part in a sponsored challenge – run a marathon or 5K get moving for a good cause?
  • Organising a sponsored CPR-A-THON and practicing your CPR skills

If you run a local Yorkshire Business could you help us by donating goods or services? Can you host a collecting box or hold a staff fundraising event.
If you are organising an event of fundraising activity please do get in touchWe would love to hear from you.

If you would like to take part in one of our fundraising events or initiatives please see our events page.

NHS Big Tea 2019

The NHS Big Tea is a chance for people across Yorkshire to come together and celebrate the work of the NHS.
We’d love you to host your own tea party and invite friends, family and colleagues along to mark the 71st birthday of the NHS – and raise vital funds for us in the process!
Find out more and download resources here
 

NHS Big Tea 2019

The NHS Big Tea is a chance for people across Yorkshire to come together and celebrate the work of the NHS.
We’d love you to host your own tea party and invite friends, family and colleagues along to mark the 71st birthday of the NHS – and raise vital funds for us in the process!
Find out more and download resources here
 

The Feathers and Fools Ball 

The mums of the The Pocklington Rugby Union Football Club Under 12 hosted a Feathers and Fools Ball back in early 2017. They raised £3,000, which was used to install a cPAD at their club and the remaining funds came to the YAS Charity to fund further cPADs.  

The Feathers and Fools Ball 

The mums of the The Pocklington Rugby Union Football Club Under 12 hosted a Feathers and Fools Ball back in early 2017. They raised £3,000, which was used to install a cPAD at their club and the remaining funds came to the YAS Charity to fund further cPADs.