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raised of £1,200 target
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Paul & Emma Dodd

Simmonds Transport's Tandem Skydive page

Fundraising for Hope House

30 %
raised of £1,200 target
by 10 supporters
  • Team members: Paul Dodd, Callum Bailey & Alison Roberts
  • Event: Tandem Skydive Day, 19 May 2018
  • Team: Simmonds Transport

Hope House

We provide nursing care and support to local children

Charity Registration No. 1003859


Paul Dodd, Callum Bailey and Alison Roberts from the Palletline Team at Simmonds Transport in Telford are joining several others from Charlton & Jenrick Ltd, who have all signed up for a tandem skydive on the 19th May 2018.

This is something that none of us have done before!

We have been involved with this charity for a few years now. Doing various fund raising events, but this is the largest one we have tried to undertake. 

The charity is one close to one of our colleagues,   Mike. As his Mother is a foster carer for a 9 year old boy, she had had him since he was 4 months old.
They provide her with rest bite, they take them on day trips and she gets home visits.
She gets regular help from them and simply couldn’t be without them.

All in aid of Hope House Children's Hospice. 

Hope House Children's Hospices - Hope House at Oswestry and Tŷ Gobaith at Conwy - provide care and support to life-limited children, young people and their families from Shropshire, Cheshire, North and Mid Wales.

A range of services is offered, including respite and end-of-life care at the hospices and/or within the family home, and support such as counselling, advocacy and the promotion of children, young people's and carers' rights.

Children, young people and family members are welcomed into a friendly, homely environment, with the child or young person at the centre. The support offered includes physical, psychological and spiritual care from a team including experienced doctors, nurses and other care professionals. Support is available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

The service offered is informal, but always professional. Staff at Hope House Children's Hospices respect the cultural and spiritual beliefs and backgrounds of all ethnic groups and take steps to ensure care is accessible and acceptable to all service users, staff and the wider community. We are fully committed to the reality of diversity and wish to support all who need us, regardless of gender, sexual orientation, disability, class or age.

Bereavement support is offered to all children, young people, family members and others involved with the family. This is according to the family's wishes and continues for as long as needed. Bereavement support and counselling is also offered to families in the wider community who have lost a child through any illness or trauma. This support can also be given to children and young people who have experienced a death of someone close in traumatic circumstances.

Please sponsor us as much as you can!!





Fundraising team