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Friday, May 17, 2024

North West Air Ambulance Charity launches ‘Brew For The Crew’

Lancashire Tea has partnered with the North West Air Ambulance Charity (NWAA) to launch the annual ‘Brew For The Crew’ fundraiser.

This year the charity is celebrating its 25th birthday and is encouraging people to hold their own ‘Brew For The Crew’ events to help them raise funds.

Last year the campaign made more than £10,000.

Phil Toms, head of marketing from Lancashire Tea said: “We are thrilled to partner again with the brilliant team at NWAA and their team who do such a fantastic and important job across the region.

“We think a good brew is at the heart of absolutely everything and are delighted to support this initiative and help the team raise the critical funds they require. Brew’s up!”

In the last year alone the North West Air Ambulance Charity has been called out to over 800 missions across Lancashire.

Emma Pearson, fundraising manager said: “We’re so pleased for Lancashire Tea to be partnering with us for our Birthday ‘Brew For The Crew’.

“2024 is a really important year for our charity, as we celebrate our 25th birthday and we’d love for you to celebrate with us too!

“By hosting your own ‘Brew For The Crew’ either at your office or at home with friends and family, you can help us raise vital funds.

“Without the support from generous people across the North West, we wouldn’t be able to continue saving lives.”

To support the charity and hold your own ‘Brew For The Crew’ follow this link.

 

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