This year, as ever, has been a busy and successful one for SaxonAir.
We’ve seen our 10th birthday, hosted the Red Arrows for a 5th consecutive year, expanded our fleet, flown some pretty incredible people and lastly but not least, set up some very exciting partnership’s with brand leaders.
In light of our successful year, and the positivity that comes with it, SaxonAir has decided to dedicate themselves to a few, very worthy, charitable causes over the next year, in more ways than one.
Hand picking 2 charitable causes to be SaxonAir’s charity of choice over the next year;
Firstly East Anglian Air Ambulance (EAAA) are not only SaxonAir’s beloved neighbours, but now a charitable partner for the 17/18 business year. Over the past year Saxon have sponsored the EAAA polo festival, are sponsoring the ‘Only The Brave’ event and individuals from the Saxon family will be entering the race.
Being a Norfolk based business the EAAA are a cause very close to Saxon’s heart, whom anyone could need at any time. To find out more please visit; www.eaaa.org.uk
Tommy Hollis Children’s fund is the second charitable cause SaxonAir will be supporting this year. With a very close connection to the charity it truly is held fondly within in the heart of SaxonAir.
Tommy Hollis’s children fund aim to support underprivileged, sick and orphaned children through their work. Find out more; http://www.tommyhollisfund.co.uk/tommyhollisfund/Home.html
Finally, Saxonair will also be partaking in various other approved charitable causes. An example of this is later on this month, where SaxonAir will be sending aid to Sierra Leone in order to help with the humanitarian crisis currently in situ.
Aid will be sent not only via funds raised and toys for the children, but SaxonAir will also be sending their Head of Marketing, Jennifer Bullock, to partake in the work in Freetown, where the mudslide devastated communities in August.
Jennifer, on behalf of SaxonAir, will be working with StreetChild to help those children left homeless and in some cases parentless to try and build a foundation for them to restart their lives on. Jennifer will also be giving Street Child some free marketing consultation to ensure they have the facility to expose the issues they are facing to the western world. To find out more about this campaign and the work being partaken please follow;
All in all, this year looks as though it is going to be an equally successful one, and if we can help those who need it in the process, then that is all the more reason to continue the hardwork.
To find out more on SaxonAir’s charity work, or to make a donation to any of the causes please do not hesitate to contact us on; Jennifer.email@example.com