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Jump for charity

Jumping for charity is a great way to raise money for a worthy cause. We have an arrangement with a small number of locally based charitable organisations. They have agreed to pay the jump costs from the sponsorship money, provided a certain minimum amount is raised.


St Helena Hospice Colchester

St Helena Hospice provides specialist palliative care services, with no charge to patients and their families, for people living in North Essex who have progressive, life threatening illness. The emphasis for this wonderful charity is about quality of life and services include community and day services, the in-patient unit, Macmillan nurses, medical services, family support, art therapy, spiritual support, physiotherapy and occupational therapy as well as complementary therapies such as acupuncture, massage and Shiatsu. In addition, the education centre at St Helena prepares, updates and educates hundreds of health and social care workers to carry out this vital role both now and in the future.

The hospice was established in 1985 to meet the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of people with non-curable illness and to support relatives and friends and those professionally concerned in their care.

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Headway West Suffolk

Headway Suffolk was formed on 1 April 2014 following the merger of Ipswich and East Suffolk Headway and West Suffolk Headway.

Headway has been supporting local people in Suffolk with acquired brain injuries, strokes and neurological conditions for over 25 years.

The effects of brain injury are often devastating and can include physical disability, memory loss, speech impairment, cognition difficulties and rapid mood changes. For many, it is the family who will become the main carers. Our specialised team use a person-centred approach to enable individuals to develop skills, increase independence and self-confidence. We provide rehabilitative neurological hubs in Ipswich, Bury St Edmunds and Haverhill; therapists and counsellors; support in the local community and at home; and our unique brainy dogs project.

We need to fundraise to deliver our excellent and specialised services to help others. Every penny raised goes to help our clients. Your support with this skydive will go a long way in helping us to achieve that.

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