A gift in your Will costs nothing in your lifetime and means we can continue to save lives in the future.

Gifts in Wills fund one in four of our lifesaving missions ensuring that, when an emergency occurs, our crew is ready to get to the patient in the fastest possible time, in effect bringing A&E to the scene, and enabling us to treat and stabilise patients before transporting them to the right hospital for their needs. From cardiac arrests to road traffic collisions, incidents involving children or emergencies in the remotest parts of Wiltshire and Bath.

Whenever someone is critically ill or injured, we can give them the best possible chance of survival – thanks to your support.

If you are planning on or even considering leaving a gift to Wiltshire Air Ambulance in your Will, thank you very much. A gift of every size makes such a difference to our charity.

A staged incident in a field with two paramedics and a patient with the helicopter in the background.
Wiltshire Air Ambulance's helicopter taking off at night

How to write your Will

We offer a service that enables individuals and couples to have their Will made, with three easy and accessible options.

Whichever option you choose, you will be able to complete a simple Will (or a pair of Wills in the case of a couple) at no cost to yourself.

If your estate is more complex there may be an additional fee to cover the additional time required to discuss your needs and draft your Will, however you will be advised of any costs upfront and are under no obligation to proceed.

You don’t have to include a gift to Wiltshire Air Ambulance in your Will (though we hope that you will consider us, once you’ve provided for your loved ones).

To find out more, simply click the options below.

Completing the Will online, in the comfort of my home, meant I could take my time and decide the intricacies of where we wanted various parts of my Will to go.

I knew from the very beginning that Wiltshire Air Ambulance was the first thing I was going to include in my Will.

Pete Burch, Former patient

Former patient Pete Burch holding his baby, Albie

Watch Sue's story

In 2012 Sue Williams was treated and airlifted by Wiltshire Air Ambulance after she suffered serious injuries in a road traffic collision on the A303 at Chicklade.

Now, both Sue and her partner Dave have named Wiltshire Air Ambulance as beneficiaries in both their Wills.

Did you know?

On average, approximately one in four of our missions each year is paid for thanks to people who remembered us in their Wills.