I play Para Ice Hockey, which is the disabled version of ice hockey. I am a double amputee as a consequence of losing both my legs due to meningococcal septicaemia at the age of 9 years old. When something so drastic as this occurs most would give up, but I’ve turned to sport and this has helped me so much. I use a customised sledge to play the sport which also includes using sticks with picks to propel myself on the ice. I have recently been given the honour to be selected to represent my Country (Great Britain), at the next World Para Ice Hockey Championships in Berlin - Germany this November. As much as this is an amazing opportunity we as individuals have to self fund this ourselves at a cost of £1,300 plus expenses. There is no funding available for the sport of Para ice Hockey, yet requires immense commitment and dedication, such as long distance travelling and late night training. If we are one of the top finishers in this tournament, we will be promoted to pool B and will see us on our path to make the next Winter Paralympics Games held in Beijing 2022. if you can please help me achieve my goal by donating how ever big or small it would mean the world to me , many thanks for taking the time to read my story .