Gifts in Wills are an incredible way to show your support for EAAA and help to secure our life-saving services for the next generation
The beauty of leaving a gift in a Will is that it is made when somebody is very much alive. We understand that family and loved ones come first when making your Will. If you then choose to leave a gift to the EAAA, no matter what the size, we can assure you that each gift will go towards saving more lives in East Anglia for many years to come.
Making a Will is the only way to make sure that your wishes will be respected and that your family and friends are taken care of. Without a Will, loved ones can be left in a difficult position so it’s best to make your intentions clear. To prepare a Will for the first time we recommend you seek legal advice to ensure it is valid and all legal formalities are followed. If you already have a Will and have chosen to include EAAA afterwards, you can use a codicil as an add-on to your Will. Make sure you send it to your solicitor or keep it safely with your Will.
If you have already made the decision to include EAAA in your Will may we thank you so much. We would love to hear from you to be able to say ‘thanks’ during your lifetime.
Please feel free to contact us in confidence for further information, to inform us of a gift in a Will or to request a copy of our gifts in Wills booklet.
What can I leave to EAAA?
Every gift we receive contributes towards the development of our charity, helping to keep our crews in the sky. Gifts we have received range from £4 right up to £1 million - leaving 1% of your estate in your Will could make a huge differenceFind out more
Request a Gifts in Wills booklet
We have produced a booklet to provide you with all the information you need to know about leaving a gift in your will, including FAQs and more information about East Anglian Air AmbulanceRequest a booklet
Have a chat with us
If you'd like more information about how a legacy could help fund our service or to simply to find out more information about gifts in wills please get in touch with Jess Down or a member of our development team on 01603 485174Email Jess
National Free Wills
EAAA is pleased to offer a free will writing scheme for our supporters in partnership with National Free Wills Network. The scheme allows our supporters to have their will written for free at a solicitors local to you.Apply for a free will
Meet Carl Atkins
In September 2003 Carl Atkins was knocked off his motorbike and run over by a bus in Old Buckenham, leaving him seriously injured. EAAA was tasked to attend the scene by helicopter. Carl has seen first-hand the work that we do, and has chosen to leave a gift to EAAA in his will in the hope that this could help someone just like him.Read Carl's story
“When my husband had a seizure I dialled 999. I was amazed how quickly the East Anglian Air Ambulance arrived. I was obviously aware of the organisation but only now do I appreciate how fortunate we are to have such amazing people operating in this area. I vowed then to support the EAAA and have arranged, with my solicitor, to leave money in my Will to help provide much needed funds.”
One of EAAA’s founding members Gerry Hermer, received this year’s Sword of Honour
This week, East Anglian Air Ambulance attended their 25,000th mission, 19 years after launch of the charity