Jeff Brazier wins £16,000 for life saving charity

After recently meeting survivors and volunteers, Jeff Brazier was so touched by the work of the charity; he chose Midlands Air Ambulance as his charity of choice on a second TV show and won £16,000 to help fund more life saving missions.

Last month Jeff took part in a tv show called ‘Celebrity Wish List’ and helped to make a list of dreams come true for the charity, which relies solely on public donations to operate.

And his sincerity to help certainly didn’t stop when the camera’s stopped rolling. After researching the charity for the show, Jeff was so moved by the vital work the charity does and so shocked to realise that the charity receives no government or national Lottery funding, he decided to chose MAA as his charity of choice on TV show  IMPOSSIBLE.

The channel 5 show, IMPOSSIBLE, aired last night (Wednesday, Oct 12) at 11pm and the TV presenter won an incredible £16,000 for the charity.

Alongside Jenny Frost, who was playing for the Roy Castle Lung Foundation, the pair did battle against Illusionist Philip Escoffey and took part in a number of challenges on the celebrity episode. 


Missions completed since 1991: 50,563 | On average we airlift a child every four days | Road traffic collisions make up around 35% of the incidents we attend | The service airlifts on average four horse riders each week.