Each year, the helicopter is responsible for nearly 800 incidents and relies on public donations to finance these missions.
The Ramsay family spend a lot of time in Cornwall and own three houses in Rock, Daymer Bay and Fowey – their Fowey property, however, is currently for sale.
They said over the past few months, they have come to realize the importance of the air ambulance to the county, as well as the challenges the charity is facing in dealing with the impact of the COVID lockdown. -19 on his fundraising.
The family visited Newquay Charity Air Force Base in August to meet with the duty crew and officially launch their roles as ambassadors.
Mr Ramsay said: “Cornwall has been our family home for five years now and we have always been totally impressed with the life saving work we see doing every day at Cornwall Air Ambulance.
“We are extremely proud and honored to become Ambassadors and join the team in helping to continue to raise awareness and promote the fantastic service they selflessly provide to the people of Cornwall.
Paula Martin, General Manager of Cornwall Air Ambulance, said: “We are very honored to welcome Gordon and Tana on board, and so proud that they choose to support Cornwall Air Ambulance now that Cornwall is such a big part of their life. .
“We hope that they will be able to help us reach new supporters, spread the message all over the world to people who love this part of the world, and highlight the life-saving work our intensive care team does here every day.” in Cornwall ”.