A Michael Buble music night is helping to raise lifesaving donations, with the proceeds of the evening going to Wales Air Ambulance.
James Williams will perform a tribute night to the jazz singer at Calsonic Kansei Sports and Social Club on April 7, to help fund the charity’s operations.
Mark Stevens, Wales Air Ambulance Fundraising Manager, said: “As a charity we rely on kind support from the people of Wales to raise the £6.5 million needed every year to keep our helicopters flying.
“Support from the community is vital to Wales Air Ambulance, and by buying a ticket to the Michael Buble music night, you can help save lives across Wales.”
The proceeds from tribute night and the charity raffle will be donated to Wales Air Ambulance, which have bases across Wales – including their Llanelli airbase, less than a mile from the event.
Since Wales Air Ambulance launched in 2001 the charity has completed over 25,000 missions, which have all been funded by donations and support.
Mark said: “Each of our mission cost around £1,500 and these are funded through the kind support we receive from volunteers, fundraisers and events.
“Every penny from the Michael Buble tribute night will help to fund our operations, and keep our helicopters flying so that we can help the people of Wales in their hour of need.”
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