To help fund the air ambulance even if it's just for one journey, It helped saved this little boys life.
About the project
The Midlands Air Ambulance is a charity it is not goverment funded and soley runs on its donations, It saves lives by getting critically injured people to hospital within the ‘Golden Hour’ (60 minutes after their injury) and since 1991, the charity has responded to more than 41,000 life saving missions each costing £2,500.
Back in October 2013 a Herefordshire schoolboy was run down outside his school, he was in a coma for 10 days and Milo himself is now hoping to raise funds for the people who saved his life.
7-year-old Milo Millmore suffered head injuries, internal bleeding and damage to his spleen, kidney, liver and a collapsed lung after the accident.
He's now a normal eight-year-old who loves lego, minecraft and making his own videos.
Milo's aim is to raise enough money to pay for just one (or more) of these life saving missions.
A fundraising event is to take place on the 21st, so for people who can't make it I set this page so they can pledge and we can help this little man in reaching his target.