Your support keeps us responding to the critically ill and injured across Devon & beyond

Play our lottery and save lives

Play the Devon Air Ambulance lottery for a chance to win a top weekly cash prize of £1,350. Of every £1 played, 75p goes straight back into the charity. You flutter, we fly!

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Set up a Direct Debit simply and securely online

When every second matters, so does your support. Now it's even easier to make a regular donation towards your Air Ambulances when you set up a Direct Debit online.

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Our impact

Every year we attend hundreds of missions across Devon. Here are a few of our 2021 statistics.

1191 patients assisted in 2021

844 medical missions

11% of patients
were children

Mission map

Devon is a large county with diverse terrain. The Devon Air Ambulance mission map shows you where our Helicopters and our Critical Care Cars have been. Find out more.

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Fundraising ideas

There are all sorts of ways to support Devon Air Ambulance. Take a look at some of these fundraising ideas for some inspiration.

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Get your copy of Helipad Magazine

Our Helipad magazine is a fantastic read! You will find mission information, patient stories, features on great locations around the county and much more. Sign up to receive our monthly supporters eNewsletter, which will always include a link to our digital version of Helipad.

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Upcoming events

  • East Soar to Salcombe Coastal walk

    Follow this beautiful 7km coastal walk, starting at the East Soar National Trust, and ending at Salcombe, and donate to Devon Air Ambulance. Read more

  • It's not too late to join the Devon Air Amble

    Celebrate 30 years of lifesaving service and take a virtual walk during August and September across Devon, uncover some of the history of Devon Air Ambulance along your route. Read more

  • Exford Show

    Join us in this truly breath-taking setting, looking north over the Exe Valley toward Dunkery and south to Molland Common. Read more