Donation helps Air Ambulance educational work  

A £3,500 donation made by ExxonMobil Fawley to the Hampshire and Isle of Wight Air Ambulance (HIOWAA) will help provide education opportunities for crew members and young people in the community.

Donation helps Air Ambulance educational work  

Pictured: HIOWAA has received a donation of £3,500 from ExxonMobil Fawley to help it continue to offer educational opportunities to young people and its crew members.

  

A £3,500 donation made by ExxonMobil Fawley to the Hampshire and Isle of Wight Air Ambulance (HIOWAA) will help provide education opportunities for crew members and young people in the community.

 The Fawley site is a long-time supporter of the charity and its latest contribution will help fund crew education and science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) outreach activities.

 Ray Southam, HIOWAA fundraising manager, said: “Our vision is to evolve both our ‘Be a 999 Hero’ and ‘LifeLines’ education programmes into an online learning platform that is easy for teachers and students to use.  We want to create an interactive way of engaging students in line with the national curriculum, whilst introducing them to the important work of a local life-saving charity.

 He added: “Our Critical Care Teams each have to complete a series of training modules which cost around £1,250 each.  Investing in our crews’ education helps us to develop a greater level of resilience and keeps our service evolving to meet the needs of our communities.

 “We would very much like to thank everyone at ExxonMobil Fawley for their continued and dedicated support to our charity. We are solely funded by the generosity of businesses and communities, and it is thanks to them that we can keep flying and saving lives.”

 Alison Jones, Fawley’s community affairs manager, said: “The site has been a regular supporter of HIOWAA for many years and we have huge respect for its wonderful service.  We are delighted to make this latest contribution to help the charity continue its amazing work.”

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Donation helps Air Ambulance educational work