Awarded to the following:
Stephanie Shaw, and her supportive group of biking friends, have shown considerable commitment to Midlands Air Ambulance Charity since 2002. In her 20th year of organising community fundraising events called Gloucester Biker Nites, Steph has now raised in excess of £100,000 funding 61 missions.
Michelle Ward, Throughout Midlands Air Ambulance Charity’s 30th anniversary year, Michelle Ward also celebrated her 60th birthday. She decided to mark the special occasions by supporting MAAC. During her birthday year she completed the charity’s Airbase Challenge, a virtual walk covering the distance between Land’s End and John O’Groats and also took up wild swimming.
Craig Guy, Craig and his family lost brother, Joe following a horrific cycling accident. Ever since, Craig has organised annual fundraisers, even during the pandemic. Craig and the Guy family have raised in excess of £25,000 in just under five years. Their support of Midlands Air Ambulance Charity now means more than 300 cyclists take part in their events, each year.
The Residents of Lansdowne Avenue, The amazing residents of Lansdowne Road in Branston, Staffordshire adorn their houses, vehicles and front gardens with vibrant Christmas decorations, every year. Nearly all 33 homes get involved with some even dressing up in festive outfits themselves to raise money for Midlands Air Ambulance Charity. Last year, in excess of £13,000 was raised helping to fund eight missions.
Steve Benton, Since 2018, Steve has organised golf days in aid of Midlands Air Ambulance Charity. He does this whilst also running a successful logistics firm. He personally makes sure that each year’s event is a success by fully booking up the event with teams, organising raffle prizes and ensuring that a great day is had by all. Overall, Steve, who was previously airlifted by our charity, has raised in excess of £20,000 funding 14 lifesaving missions.
Chris Devney, Chris has gone above and beyond in his efforts to raise funds and awareness for Midlands Air Ambulance Charity. His determination to keep putting one foot in front of the other has resulted in three gruelling walking challenges. Chris has now clocked up more than 500 miles across three walks.