This page is designed to allow our supporters to donate to an existing DSAA fundraising page or to set up their own to raise funds for the Charity online.
When supporters set up a fundraising page on our website, this is hugely beneficial to the Charity as we pay no commission fees to third party fundraising websites.
To donate to one of our fundraising pages or to set up a fundraising page for one of our events, click on the Current Appeals tab below.
Before setting up your fundraising page, please read the following guidance from the Fundraising Regulator
If you would like to create your own fundraising page, click on the button below.
Set up a fundraising page
With easy step by step instructions, you can set up your own fundraising page, personalise it and then promote it!
If you have already set up your fundraising page and wish to access your account, you will need to log in with the email address and password that you created when setting up the page. You can log in to your account below and access your fundraising page via the personalised link that was emailed to you, or by clicking on the Fundraisers tab below and typing your name into the search bar.
Log in to your account
If you have a friend or family member who has already set up a fundraising page and you would like to support them, click on the Fundraisers tab below and type their name into the search bar.
We can only keep providing our life-saving service thanks to our supporters!
If you'd like to dedicate your donation in some way (i.e. in memory of someone, or a specific fundraising activity), please use the comments box below to highlight this.
If you are arranging a funeral or memorial service for a loved one, you may wish to ask friends and relatives to donate money to Dorset and Somerset Air Ambulance in lieu of buying flowers.
Dorset and Somerset Air Ambulance (DSAA) is a registered charity, established to provide relief from sickness and injury for the people of Dorset and Somerset, by the provision of an air ambulance. I’m supporting DSAA as they receive no direct funding from the Government or the National Lottery and rely on the generosity of the public for support. Their operational costs are over £5 million a year and the approximate cost per mission is £3,000.