These were the words of Stephen Sutton, a remarkable young man who channelled his incurable cancer diagnosis into an unstoppable effort to help others.
Stephens Story captured the hearts of a nation and beyond. Five years after his death in 2014, aged 19, the difference he made and continues to make is significant.
Stephen put young people with cancer and Teenage Cancer Trust in the headlines. He shone a bright light on both the issues young people with cancer face, and how Teenage Cancer Trust is the only UK charity providing the specialist nursing and emotional support that is so desperately needed by those young people.
In 2015, one year after his death, Sky Dive for Stephen took place raising an incredible £250,000 and making one of Stephens bucket list ideas become a reality. He wanted to set a new Guinness World record for the the greatest number of people to skydive in one day and with the support of his family, friends and the general public this was achieved when 403 people jumped from the skies.
Five years on from his death and to remember and celebrate the life of this remarkable young man, we want to come together for another World Record Breaking attempt. Please join us by taking part in 'Zip Wire for Stephen' and be part of something amazing!