Volunteer for Wales Air AmbulanceOur volunteers are an integral part of the Wales Air Ambulance; they provide additional knowledge, skills and ongoing help that supports the Charity across our functions, whether attending fundraising events in the community, helping in our shops or acting as Trustees. We would not be able to provide our lifesaving services without our volunteers and we trust that you will enjoy your time with us in whatever capacity that you can help with. . . . "Our volunteers are the backbone and the heart of our Charity, they help us to achieve our goals and they are fundamental in raising the funds which enable us to save lives across Wales. We are proud to work with a diverse team of volunteers who bring a range of skills and experience and who support us to carry out our vital work. We hope that you will find your time with us to be enjoyable and rewarding, and that you will feel part of our committed team." . . . Home Volunteering for WAA About Volunteering Types of Volunteering The Benefits of Volunteering 20 ways to volunteer in 2020! Case Studies Become a Volunteer Vacancies Contact Us Everything you need Blog Notice Board Resources FAQs Don't just take our word for it... . . . I decided to join the Wales Air Ambulance (WAA) volunteers’ team six years ago. My mum has worked for the Charity for many years and asked if I would like to be involved. I volunteer in one of the WAA shops and help out a couple of times a week. Some of the ways I help include Gift Aid processing, cleaning, steaming and tagging clothes, as well as helping customers. Since becoming a volunteer my conﬁdence has grown massively and I have made lots of new friends. I have also developed my computer skills. My favourite thing about being a volunteer is being part of a team and helping Wales Air Ambulance achieve its mission of saving lives. I would highly recommend becoming a volunteer. - - - "I love volunteering and hearing about people’s experiences with the service. Almost everyone you meet knows someone who has beneﬁtted from Wales Air Ambulance." "I became a volunteer because I wanted to give something back - this service saved my life."