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SKYDIVE FOR HEADWAY DERBY

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Debra Morris
Nottingham

Debra Morris, Alison Wright and Katie Morris will be facing their fears in order to raise money and awareness for Headway Derby.

Raising money for
Headway Derby

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Total raised
£2,483.00

Target
£3000.00

82%

Donations accepted until 24-01-2018

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About

Our team consists of Debra Morris, brain injury solicitor and Chair of Headway Derby, Alison Wright, brain injury case manager and Debra's daughter Katie Morris, aged 17.
Debra and Alison are both privileged to have worked for many years with some inspirational clients who, despite devastating and life changing brain injuries, go on to achieve progress in all different ways.   Rehabilitation and support is different for everyone but so vital to recovery but yet so underfunded.  Debra and Alison both recognise the difference that rehab and support can make to a person's life and are passionate about helping to support Headway Derby in reaching out to the wider community of Derbyshire and East Staffordshire which is something that their actions in doing this skydive can achieve by setting up a mobile Support Café. 
Debra and Alison are both terrified of jumping out of a plane but are prepared to face their fears to support this project. 
Katie on the other hand is a dare devil and looking forward to it but also wants to do this in support of such a worthwhile cause.

Event details

SKYDIVE FOR HEADWAY DERBY

[color=black]Once again cancelled due to weather NEW DATE rebooked for 24th  October.  if weather is bad on that day we will be going ahead on the first available day afterwards that the weather will allow.   PLEASE NOTE - this event had to be postponed at the last minute due to adverse weather (high winds and on second occasion - rain!).   
The money raised from our Skydive will fund a much needed mobile version of Headway Derby's newly launched Support Café.  This mobile drop in service will allow them to reach out and help more brain injury sufferers in the wider Derbyshire and East Staffordshire areas, instead of having to travel into Derby City Centre.  Those who are affected by brain injury will be able to attend locally for advice, information or just a drink and a chat with people who understand.

The members of the team are contributing towards this skydive personally for some but not all of the cost.  The cost that is to be taken out of raised funds will not be eligible for gift aid.

Please support us with whatever you can - much appreciated.[/color]

Event date

24-October-2017 09:00  - 
24-October-2017 12:00

Event type

UK challenge

2 days to event start

Location

British Parachute School, Langar Airfield Harby Road,
Nottingham,
NG13 9HY,
UNITED KINGDOM

Donations

Donation by Claire Chapman - Former trustee of Headway Derby
on 20-10-2017
£10.00
£2.50 gift aid
Good Luck Ladies
Donation by Kings Chambers
on 16-10-2017
£50.00
£0.00 gift aid
You go Girl...woohoo
Donation by Diane BJ
on 11-10-2017
Hope you finally get to jump and it all goes brilliantly
Donation by Steve Ashmore
on 09-10-2017
£20.00
£5.00 gift aid
A chance to say "go jump"! -- well worth sponsoring...I couldn't do it! Enjoy and tell us all about it!
Donation by Kate Kerry
on 04-10-2017
£10.00
£2.50 gift aid
Very Best wishes to you for such a courageous activity
Donation by chris wiggin
on 29-09-2017
£20.00
£5.00 gift aid
Good luck!!
Donation by Melissa Roe
on 27-09-2017
£5.00
£1.25 gift aid
Good luck ladies! Such a great cause. Hope you enjoy it too!
Donation by Michelle Watson - Therapy Fusion
on 25-09-2017
£30.00
£7.50 gift aid
Good luck!
Donation by Lucy
on 22-09-2017
£10.00
£0.00 gift aid
Good luck, a great cause
Donation by Louise Denzel
on 21-09-2017
£20.00
£0.00 gift aid

Donation summary

Online Donations: £2,483.00
Offline Donations: £0.00
Total Raised: £2,483.00
Total Raised
with gift aid:    £2,564.25

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