Friday, March 22nd, 2024

Worcestershire Announces Midlands Air Ambulance as Charity Partner for 2024

Worcestershire County Cricket Club is thrilled to announce Midlands Air Ambulance Charity as its official Charity Partner for the year 2024. This partnership marks a significant collaboration between two prominent organisations dedicated to serving and enriching the community.

Midlands Air Ambulance Charity, known for its lifesaving pre-hospital emergency service across the Midlands, will join forces with Worcestershire County Cricket Club in a series of fundraising events, awareness campaigns, and community outreach programs throughout the year.

Joe Tromans, Worcestershire’s Head of Commercial & Partnerships, shared his personal connection to the cause, stating, “We are immensely proud to partner with Midlands Air Ambulance Charity for 2024. 

“The charity’s critical work in providing advanced  medical services is close to my heart. You never know when you or someone you love will need this lifesaving service – I speak from personal experience when I say their quick response and expert care saved my dad’s life in 2020. 

“This partnership is more than just a collaboration; it’s a commitment to support a service that is vital to our community. 

“Together, we aim to make a significant impact, raising both funds and awareness for this crucial charity.”

Representing Midlands Air Ambulance Charity, Pam Hodgetts, corporate partnerships manager, commented, “Teaming up with Worcestershire County Cricket Club is a fantastic opportunity for us. 

“We rely on the support from local business to ensure our service and continue to reach and treat those in critical need. The club’s enthusiastic fan base and community presence will undoubtedly aid in our mission to save lives and improve patient outcomes. 

“Together, we can ensure that our lifesaving services remain available to those in dire need. We’re excited about the possibilities this partnership holds and are grateful for Worcestershire County Cricket Club’s support.”