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Come see Jordan’s Christmas lights, funding Air Ambulance flights!

County Antrim man Jordan Christie, along with his family, are lighting up their home for charity, for the third year and Air Ambulance Northern Ireland is the beneficiary.  

Everyone is welcome to have a look, enjoy the spectacle and encouraged to donate what you can for the charity.

Commenting on this years' fundraising effort, Jordan said:

“This is the second year we are supporting air ambulance because we know of the great work the service does for people in our community every day. Last year we raised £3,047 which was enough to help save the life of someone in Northern Ireland. 

"It feels good to have that impact and we really enjoyed going to the airbase after our fundraiser last year to see the helicopter and meet some of the team. I love lighting the house and buying new lights each year. 

"I’ve a few new lights for this year already!”

Kerry Anderson, Head of Fundraising with the charity said:

“We are so grateful to Jordan and his family for lighting up their home. It’s touching that they are dedicated to helping others, particularly in these challenging times and something really positive for families to come and see and enjoy.

"The donations will help the Helicopter Emergency Medical Team (HEMS) fly to the next patient.

"Jordan we hope your ‘lights for flights’ will inspire lots of support, thank you!”

The charity Air Ambulance Northern Ireland, in partnership with the Northern Ireland Ambulance Service, provides the Helicopter Emergency Medical Service for Northern Ireland. The service brings urgent medical assistance to anywhere in the province, operating seven days a week for 12 hours per day with the aim of saving lives, brains, and limbs. It can get to anywhere in Northern Ireland in approximately twenty-five minutes.

Visit Jordan's fundraising lights for flights at 9 Meadowbrook, Ballybogey, BT53 6RE.


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