In light of the devastation in the Philippines I have initiated a fundraiser to help the Disasters Emergency Committee. I will be completing my first ever skydive with three friends on the 28th November. Please dig deep and help get aid to the survivors of the super typhoon, Haiyan. Click here to donate.
Typhoon Haiyan, one of the strongest storms ever recorded hit the Philippines with gusts of winds up to 200mph. The storm has devastated several regions of the Philippines, killing an estimated 10,000 people.
The tragedy doesn’t end there as the storm has forced 630,000 people from their homes and affected more than 9.5million people. For these survivors the battle is only just beginning! Essential supplies are needed; such as water, food and medical supplies to help the survivors of Haiyan.
Please help Emma Camp, Chris Livemore, Jane Barclay and Alysaa Stewart in our efforts to raise money to send these essential supplies.
Through the Disaster Emergency Committee £25 could pay for a water purification tablets for ten families for one month, £50 could provide a family with food for 2 weeks, and £100 could provide emergency shelter and bedding for a family.
On the 28th November, out little team will jump from a plane from a height of around 10,000-12,000 feet. We will free fall at around 120mph until the parachute is deployed around 5000 feet. This is the first skydive for all of us and we hope our efforts will help to make a difference to those suffering in the Phillippines.
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