Flint Bishop’s Partner and Head of Construction will be skydiving on 17 September 2017 for the firm’s charity of the year, Newlife.
On 17 September Andrew Perry, who was made Partner at Flint Bishop in 2016, will be skydiving for the firm’s charity of the year, Newlife – a charity that specialises in helping disabled children and their families.
Flint Bishop have chosen Newlife as their charity of the year to raise as much money for them as possible, not only to support their research but also to aid their nurses in giving the care and support that is required.
The very special and complex needs of disabled children and their families often means that they are overlooked. Newlife campaigns to act as their voice, creating awareness about the challenges they face. The money raised for the charity helps ensure that the one million disabled and terminally ill children in the UK receive the care and support they need urgently.
Partner and Head of Construction, Andrew Perry comments: “Newlife is the UK’s largest charity funder of children’s specialist disability equipment. I am looking forward to the event on 17 September which will not only raise funds but also increase awareness of the brilliant work that the Newlife charity carry out – not only for the children but also for their families and carers at a difficult time.”
To raise as much money for the charity as possible, alongside Andrew Perry completing the Skydive, Flint Bishop will be holding internal charity events such as: guess the bear’s birthday, a silent raffle and guess how many sweets are in the jar. A JustGiving page has been created where you can donate whatever you can to support this wonderful charity.
If you would like to donate to the JustGiving page, please click here.
If you would like to donate a voucher or item for the silent raffle, please click here to email the Marketing team.
To find out more information about the Newlife Charity, visit their website: www.newlifecharity.co.uk