Commercial partnerships

As a well-known and respected local charity, aligning your brand with ours can bring strength and credibility to your marketing

As well as raising funds, cause-related marketing is the most cost-effective way to sell your products. It can help to set your brand apart from the competition, increase sales and help to build a relationship with the community.

Research shows that commercial partnerships with a charity are more likely to persuade customers to buy a brand than tie-ups with sports, music or fashion.

Having Wiltshire Air Ambulance branding on your product or service with a certain percentage going to the charity can be a great way of fundraising. It will enable your company to connect with customers, gain a great presence in the community and engage with new audiences.

An aerial photo of the Bell-429 helicopter coming in to land at the charity's airbase.
Staff from Halo Staffing in front of the WAA helicopter

Halo Staffing case study

Halo Staffing are delighted to be supporting Wiltshire Air Ambulance by donating 10% of revenue from the sales of one of our most popular eLearning courses, Basic Life Support.

As specialists in providing temporary and permanent staffing solutions within Health and Social Care we felt an affinity with Wiltshire Air Ambulance as we both strive to help and care for others. Through this partnership we can support them in their essential, lifesaving services. In return, they can support and promote us in our mission to be the first choice Health and Social care service of staffing solutions in England and Wales.

“Having visited the base, I am thoroughly inspired by the dedication and enthusiasm of everyone I met at Wiltshire Air Ambulance while providing an essential service.”

"Anyone who books on our course to help them respond effectively in a medical emergency will know they are helping themselves, others and also indirectly funding the work of Wiltshire Air Ambulance."

This course will provides an understanding of how to carry out basic life support, how to carry out a primary survey, how to perform CPR depending on the age of the casualty, how to put someone in the recovery position and what legislation surrounds basic life support. You will also learn how to assist someone who is chocking.

You can find our more and enrol as an individual or organisation on this course by clicking below.


Did you know?

Wiltshire Air Ambulance is operational for up to 19 hours a day, 365 days a year, thanks to your generous donations.