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raised of £5,000 target by 45 supporters

    Weʼve raised £2,760 to help the homeless of Bridlington and raise funds for Children in Need

    Bridlington, United Kingdom
    Funded on Monday, 15th May 2017

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    Five intrepid, daring stunt men and women from Dawn Meats are throwing themselves out of a perfectly good plane on Friday 28th April to raise money for charity. The five of us will be completing a tandem skydive from 15,000ft and, despite suggestions, we will be doing it with fully functioning parachutes!

    We are raising funds for the Kingfisher Trust Café and Children in Need.

    The Kingfisher Trust Café is the nominated charity of Dawn Carnaby and supports the homeless of Bridlington by providing hot meals as well as other practical and emotional support. One of our daredevils, Claire Renton, has already spent Christmas day cooking and serving dinner to the guests of the Kingfisher Café and also organised a number of fundraising events to help get them a new oven. The café is run solely by volunteers and they rely on donations and the goodwill of the local community to keep the doors open; hopefully our efforts will ease the financial pressure and allow them to concentrate on helping those who really need their support.

    Most of us have heard of Children in Need but that does not make it any less important. The grants that have been received in our area have been well-deserved and much appreciated by the recipients including Go Kids Go in Beverley and the Castaway Shipmates project in Goole.

    We plan to split the funds raised between the two charities, both of which are close to our hearts. In a world where every other advert is asking for a charitable donation, we ask that you please consider us and dig deep for our worthwhile causes.



    • Claire Renton3 years ago
      Claire Renton

      Claire Renton

      3 years ago

      We did it! All five of us managed the dive with no broken limbs so a great day all round!

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    • Claire Renton3 years ago
      Claire Renton

      Claire Renton

      3 years ago

      So, our first page expired after 30 days so this is take 2! So far we have managed to raise around £1,300 so still a bit to go.

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    • Steven  Hinchly

      Steven Hinchly

      May 15, 2017

      Well done to the team at Dawn! Jumping with you, I raised a total of £1315 which is on its way to you now, in addition Krehalon donates £750 which brings the total company donation to £1000.


    • Susannah Unsw

      Susannah Unsw

      May 3, 2017


    • Daniel Clinch

      Daniel Clinch

      May 2, 2017

      Good luck to all the Dawn Meat colleagues

    • J Gomez

      J Gomez

      May 1, 2017

      Well done all of you, great achievement!!


    • Marcus Sherreard

      Marcus Sherreard

      May 1, 2017

      Well done to you all on getting the job done safely. I would have been absolutely terrified!


    • Shaun & Melissa

      Shaun & Melissa

      Apr 28, 2017

      Happy landings Mr Roach!


    • Richard Scott

      Richard Scott

      Apr 28, 2017

      Good Luck


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    Claire Renton

    Claire Renton

    Bridlington, United Kingdom

    I'll be joined on the day by Mike Roach, Andrew Dolman, Stephen Oliver and Helen Rees

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