20 years of saving lives, together.Thank you for your support!

It’s thanks to your support that we have been able to save lives for the past 20 years. We simply wouldn’t exist if it wasn’t for the people who have raised awareness and donated their time, energy and money since the year 2000. Together we save lives.

View our Raffle winners!

East Anglian Air Ambulance is kept airborne thanks to our incredible supporters, so we would like to say a huge thank you to everyone who has supported us by playing our charity Spring Raffle! With your support we can continue our life-saving work, thank you!

Our 2020 Spring Raffle Winners are: 

Prize Name Location Ticket Number
£100 Mr S Suffolk Super Seller
£3,000 Mr J Cambridgeshire 216287173
£1,000 Mrs C Suffolk 110126
£500 Mrs L Norfolk 605787
£50  Mr R Norfolk 840248
£50  Mr S Cambridgeshire 520550
£50  Mrs B Norfolk 129924
£50  Mr C Suffolk 240738
£50  Mrs F Norfolk 61612
£50  Mr M Essex 191320
£50  Mr S Norfolk 671134
£50  Mr G Bedfordshire 563261
£50  Mr M Suffolk 335888
£50  Miss E Suffolk 206782

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Pre-register for our Winter Raffle 2020

You've got to be in it to win it! Our raffle will be returning in the Winter, but for now - why not pre-register? Sign up early and be in with the chance to be entered into an exclusive draw!

We want to continue to provide the equipment, expertise and life-saving emergency interventions to save more lives across East Anglia, and we can't do this without your help.

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Find out more about our charity lottery

Save lives and win cash weekly by playing our lottery! You could win one of 18 weekly cash prizes, ranging from £1,000 to £50, for just £1 a play!

Sign up online, via post or over the phone today!

EAAA requires players to be 18+.
It is an offence to play our lottery if you are under 16. Please gamble responsibly. 

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Latest news about our operation

To help support the NHS, we're adapting our operation to transfer Covid-19 patients alongside our daily HEMS service.

Our HEMS teams are highly-experienced in ventilating critically ill patients outside hospital and will be flown to the patient to care for them in a land ambulance, during the transfer to another hospital with more room in intensive care.

Read the full update