Magpas save lives as they respond quickly

Sandra Watson Head of  Property Management, Thomas Morris, St Neot’s, Cambridge has organised a fundraising Orange Week with team members Jacqueline Taylor, Lucy Thomas, Carolyn Amundson, Sue Scott, Helen Toseland, Sally Norris and Rachel Hancock.

Orange Week will commence 1st – 5th August raising funds by having a raffle. Sandra comments “We are looking to raise money for Magpas as they are a local charity to us and they provide an excellent service, saving many lives as they can respond quickly with the knowledge of arriving at an accident could save lives”.

Agents Giving and The Guild of Property Professionals wish you a great Orange Week!

Magpas is the oldest emergency medical charity of its kind

Thomas Morris have been raising funds for Magpas Air Ambulance for many years. Magpas brings the very best pre-hospital emergency care, in the air or on land, including treatments usually only available in a hospital. their service operates 24/7 and, on average, answers four calls for help a day treating around 900 patients in life-threatening emergencies every year.

They serve the communities of Cambridgeshire, Bedfordshire and across the East of England and are dispatched by both the East of England and the East Midlands Ambulance Service Trusts – caring for a population of over 10 million.

Magpas is the oldest emergency medical charity of its kind, since 1971 they have treated over 60,000 patients. Magpas Air Ambulance is not a state-funded service and relies on generous public donations to continue saving lives.