It seems like kids are showing the way to adults in UK when it comes to repaying with gratitude for the life-saving air ambulance services they receive. Leading the way is Jayden Butcher, the six-year-old boy of Field Way, Chalfont St Peter, UK. This young tot has raised over 2000 pounds for a charity that provides air ambulance services in the region. The boy’s uncle was recently helped by the air ambulance service when he met with a motorcycle crash. Jayden who studies at Thorpe House School, Gerrards Cross, raised the money by swimming for 200 meters. The air ambulance charity has in turn acknowledged the kid’s effort by awarding him the Outstanding Young Person award which was presented to him by his school head master.
This Young Racer Recovers from Crash to Repay the Charity Air Ambulance Services
Thomas Ashdown, the young gun from Barrow had participated in mini stock car racing where he met with an unfortunate accident. Thanks to the local charity air ambulance services, he was immediately shifted to a medical facility as he complained of back and neck injury. Twelve-year-old Thomas’ vehicle had been rearended by another racer which had flung his car in the air. Thomas, on his part, though seemed to have enjoyed his air ambulance ride thoroughly, as his only regret was lying down during the entire episode. The boy along with his mother raised 250 pounds for North West Air Ambulance Services. The money had been raised at the Soccer Bar through a Halloween-themed night.
The Attitude Will Help UK’s Air Ambulance Services Greatly
UK is one country that has several charity-run air ambulance services. Most of the time, they have to depend on donations and when people come forward and raise money a token of gratitude, it really helps them financially, not to mention the feeling of appreciation they get.