AirMedCare Network and REACH Air Medical Services Help Families Affected By Valley Fire



SANTA ROSA –The AirMedCare Network, sister company to REACH Air Medical Services, will donate a portion of all membership sales company-wide from now through October 2, 2015 to support life-saving disaster relief for those displaced by the devastating Valley Fire.

Proceeds will be donated to the Lake County Rotary Fire Relief Fund, which gives 100 percent of all money received to those affected by the fire. In addition, members of the fund committee will apply for Rotary International Grants that will match the collected donations, thereby doubling the benefit and impact.

“All of us at AirMedCare Network were heartbroken to see the destruction this fire caused. We knew we needed to come together and help support our friends, co-workers, neighbors, and members during this difficult time,” Nicole Vice, Membership Sales Manager for AirMedCare Network said. “Wanting to make the biggest impact possible with our donation, we selected the Lake County Rotary Fire Relief Fund because we knew that the possibility of receiving matching grants and their 100 percent direct donation would allow us to make a really big difference.”

AirMedCare Network is an alliance among REACH Air Medical Services and other leading air ambulance companies, creating the largest air medical membership program in the United States. For a low-cost annual fee, members are covered for the cost of an emergency air medical transport by REACH or any of the other Network providers from 220 air base locations across 32 states.

Those interested in purchasing an annual $65 AirMedCare Network membership to help benefit the Lake County Rotary Fire Relief Fund can contact Nicole Vice at 707-239-2505 or email or the membership department at 800-793-0010.

The announcement of this donation comes on the heels of REACH’s own internal fundraising efforts. Accounts were set up and donations of gift cards, clothing, and other items were collected to help several employees and their family members who lost homes in the fire.