Support Free Air Ambulance in Remote Guyana

by Remote Area Medical
Support Free Air Ambulance in Remote Guyana
Support Free Air Ambulance in Remote Guyana
Support Free Air Ambulance in Remote Guyana
Support Free Air Ambulance in Remote Guyana
Support Free Air Ambulance in Remote Guyana
Support Free Air Ambulance in Remote Guyana
Support Free Air Ambulance in Remote Guyana
Support Free Air Ambulance in Remote Guyana
Support Free Air Ambulance in Remote Guyana
Support Free Air Ambulance in Remote Guyana
Support Free Air Ambulance in Remote Guyana
Support Free Air Ambulance in Remote Guyana
Support Free Air Ambulance in Remote Guyana
Support Free Air Ambulance in Remote Guyana
Oct 9, 2020

October 2020: Guyana Air Ambulance

Air Ambulance in Guyana
Air Ambulance in Guyana

Remote Area Medical recently participated in GlobalGiving’s Little by Little Campaign. This matching campaign allowed for individual donations up to $50 to be matched at 50% with no limit on the matching funds. RAM’s September campaign focused on supporting the Guyana Air Ambulance, as it is still grounded and in need of repairs in order to continue the mission of providing quick, sustainable, reliable emergency transportation to hundreds of Amerindian villagers in need of immediate medical care.

Matching campaigns are great opportunities as they show how lots of little donations can add up to make a big impact. Matching gifts allow RAM to be even closer to our goal of getting the ambulance up and running again. We raised over $600 that will directly support the Guyana Air Ambulance project and help pay for repairs that must be completed for it to be operational. Because of donors like you who shared about the Guyana Air Ambulance project,the closest to our founder, Stan Brock’s, original mission, we also welcomed first time donors during the matching campaign! Spreading the word and sharing RAM with the world means that you are directly contributing to these life-changing and life-saving operations. 

We are looking toward the future with a lot of hope and believe that with continued support and generous donors like yourselves, the Air Ambulance will be up and running and back to work again soon. As 2020 has brought new challenges to the entire world, our mission has remained the same and we are determined to rise to the occasion.

RAM Founder Stan Brock with Air Ambulance
RAM Founder Stan Brock with Air Ambulance

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Remote Area Medical

Location: Rockford, Tennessee - USA
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Twitter: @ramusaorg
Project Leader:
Adria Heimburger
Rockford, Tennessee United States
$11,949 raised of $50,000 goal
 
212 donations
$38,051 to go
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