Cherrelle Bailey Skydive for the National Autistic Society
Start Date: 03-Oct-2017
End Date: 03-May-2018
Event Date: 03-Mar-2018
About my fundraising
So....here is my reason....for voluntarily jumping from a plane. Autism is a condition that is very close to my heart. As well as providing much needed support for individuals with autism and their families; the National Autistic Society are breaking barriers, making the world a brighter place for those on the spectrum. The services that the NAS provide include, diagnosis, education and training, running helplines and community work; the list goes on. Information on the work that they do can be found here: http://www.autism.org.uk/ . If you would like to help make a big difference to the lives of those impacted by autism or for some reason, you like the idea of people who are afraid of heights jumping out of planes; you can make a donation. The jump is on 3rd Mar ch - All donations are much appreciated. Thanks in advance!
P.S. When you make a donation, don't forget to check the Gift Aid box if you're a UK taxpayer as then your charity can claim an extra 25% from the government!
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|Anonymous||donation08-Oct-2017||£10.00||You go girl!!!!|
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