Me,Abbie,mum are doing Skydive for brain tumour

Sky dive

Three years ago on the 25th of April our dad got diagnosed with a rare brain tumour… the rarest cancer in fact. Unfortunately dad lost his memory that day and couldn't remember much and would often ask the same questions like "what is the day today", and if he "had work tomorrow". We told him 100 times the same answer But luckily dad remembered us! And that's all that mattered.

They had no cure for dads brain tumour and was told it was a Callosum butterfly glioblastoma with the highest grade of cancer - grade 4. Knowing dad he would of got the most complex brain tumour there was! Dad had daily radiotherapy to kill the tumour and chemotherapy tablets everyday. Doctors told us that dad would have 6 months or less to live as his tumour was rapidly growing, everyday.

Dad done his treatment for us but unfortunately he sadly passed away 4 months later on the 25th of august 2019. Our dad was a a strong and brave man! And he will forever be our inspiration. So we have decided to jump out of a plane! ✈️ Because life's too short and we don't know how long we have left and you have to enjoy each moment! But we're mainly doing this to raise as much money and awareness so we can to find a cure for this evil disease. The research to this tumour is the same as breast cancer 30 years ago! We hope to help save a child from losing there dad or husband.
  • Brett Noden 
    • £50 
    • 4 mos
  • Stevie Ring 
    • £20 
    • 4 mos
  • Joanne Leigh 
    • £10 
    • 4 mos
  • Rita Austen 
    • £100 
    • 4 mos
  • Luke Empett 
    • £20 
    • 5 mos
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Organizer

Stevie Ring 
Organizer
Braintree, UK
The Brain Tumour Charity 
Registered nonprofit
Donations eligible for Gift Aid.