Attraction World has chosen Whizz-Kids as its new charity partner after two years supporting and raising £10,000 for Guide Dogs for the Blind.
Sales and marketing director Nick Hughes will complete a 10,000 feet skydive to help raise money for the charity after committing to raise £5,000.
If raised this will provide five disabled children with an adapted bikes or trikes.
Hughes said: “We all have to come out of our comfort zone at some point in life and at 41 years of age – so it’s now or never.”
Whizz-Kids provides disabled children and young people with vital mobility equipment, plus opportunities to meet and spend time having fun together.
Chief executive of Whizz-Kids, Ruth Owen said: ‘“We are so grateful to Attraction World for their generous support of our work; the money they raise will really change the lives of five young people, and for that the entire team should feel very proud.
“Everyone at Whizz-Kidz is wishing Nick the best of luck in his skydive – it just goes to show the great lengths the team at Attraction World will go to in supporting Whizz-Kidz.”
The skydive will be held on June 23 and donations can be made through the following link: https://attractionworld.everydayhero.com/uk/nick-hughes-10000-foot-skydive
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