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Why Jump for UsPlease jump 15,000ft in aid of Help for Heroes because the money raised is all used to provide direct, practical support to those wounded in the service of our country. We have already spent or allocated £millions and we have a shopping list of future projects that will ensure they get the very best. We may not be able to prevent them from being hurt but we can certainly do our bit to help them get better.
About UsHelp for Heroes (H4H) was founded by Bryn and Emma Parry after a profoundly moving visit to Selly Oak Hospital in the summer of 2007. Bryn and Emma met some extraordinarily brave young men who had been badly wounded and they just wanted to do something to help.
The charity was launched in October 2007 and, with the backing and support of celebrities, including Jeremy and Francie Clarkson, the Royal Family, the media and the fantastic British Public, has raised over £124 million to date.
Every penny of the money raised has been spent or allocated for projects that aim to ensure that our wounded heroes get the very best. We are passionate about what we are doing and as far as we are concerned the sooner we can see results, the better!
We ask our supporters to 'do their bit' to show these extraordinary young men and women that they are cared for by us. Millions of ordinary, decent people have responded to date and millions of pounds have been raised to buy much needed services that will aid their recovery. We can promise you that as long as our wonderful supporters continue to work hard to raise money, we at H4H will make sure it is spent to improve the lives of our wounded boys and girls.
If you would like to jump for this charity on your own date choice, please click here to book online or download an event pack from the left-hand-side of this page. For more information, please call Skydive UK on 01404 890222 or contact the charity direct.
3rd May 2014 :: Help for Heroes 15,000ft Skydive!
Organised by Gavin Thorpe