Give a Quid - Graham Huntley

Donate to Airbourne: Eastbourne International Airshow

Help secure the future of the Eastbourne's FREE airshow

Seafront Viewing at Airbourne - Graham Huntley

Giving to Airbourne will help us to continue to offer Airbourne as a free event for years to come. Plus 30% of all donations will be split between the 2018 People's Charity - Chestnut Tree House, Charlie's Challenge & The Citizens Advice Bureau in Eastbourne.

Last year, one of the busiest ever in the history brought in vital public donations from generous givers. The Airbourne bucket collections have been going for seven years and is important to keeping Airbourne flying and free for years to come. Past donations have funded key headline displays such as the Vulcan, F-16 and B-17 ‘Sally B’, whilst also raising over £60,000 for good causes to date.

The final total raised by Rotary Club volunteers was an impressive £33,665.23 Don't forget you can also volunteer with our bucket collections too. Simply email here.

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Airbourne Give a Quid

Airbourne Fans are once again being called upon to help support this year’s event and selected charities, with the ‘Give A Quid’ campaign. 

Without the generosity of the community and visitors, we wouldn’t be able to put on such a fantastic event every year!

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Where to donate at Airbourne

Visitors should look out for the static plinth collection boxes located on the Western Lawns and across the Airbourne site, as well as the Rotary and EHA volunteers who will be walking around the site over the four days of the show to help fund the amazing aerial displays.

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Plus 30% of your donations go to 3 local good causes!

Chestnut Tree House

Chestnut Tree House were voted in after being shortlisted alongside Chalk Farm Learning Disabilities Centre and Families for Autism in the People’s vote. Their children’s hospice cares for 300 children in Sussex and parts of South East Hampshire, all of whom are unlikely to reach adulthood. From respite care to home visits and bereavement, the hospice supports the children and their families, making every moment count, from being an astronaut for the day in the multi-sensory room to discovering creepy crawlies on a woodland walk.

Charlie's Challenge

Charlie’s Challenge is a Sussex based charity formed in 1993 after Charlie Boutwood, then aged just 20 months, was diagnosed with a malignant brain tumour.

After a year of intense treatment, Charlie made a remarkable recovery and now raises money to help support research into the treatment of people, particularly children, with brain tumours, along with research into the nervous system.

Citizens Advice Eastbourne

The Citizens Advice Bureau in Eastbourne provides free, independent, confidential and impartial advice to people on the issues they face, from employment issues to housing, money or benefits. Run by highly trained volunteers, the charity aims to help everyone find a way forward, whatever problem they face. Although part of a nationwide network, the Eastbourne branch is an individual charity raising its own funds.