Wing walk for charity…
The KirkwoodFor the Challenge and Thrill of doing something completely different to raise money for our wonderful hospice
Adventure TherapyPlease make your Wingwalk for Adventure Therapy and help to provide new and emotive experiences for children and adults with unique health conditions, impairments or limitations. Your adventure can create an adventure.
Age UK Exeter1) Help Age UK Exeter to support those living with Dementia and their carers
2) To tackle isolation and loneliness
Animals In DistressBy Wingwalking for AID people will be helping to provide care for homeless pets in South Devon until they find their forever homes.
BibicChoosing to jump for bibic means you are making life a better place to be for children suffering with disabilities & developmental difficulties. You are enabling children to cope with the world. You bring smiles and laughter, understanding and stability and you will change a child's life.
Blesma, The Limitless VeteransBlesma is the leading charity for limbless and injured veterans, we provide emotional, financial and practical support to serving and ex-service men and women who have lost limbs.
Bluebell Wood Children's HospiceWingwalk for Bluebell Wood Hospice so we can continue to provide our families with Love and Laughter. Helping them to create special memories at the toughest of times.
Bowel Cancer WestBCW is a local charity raising funds to promote awareness of bowel cancer; investing in research and supporting training of Medical Staff
Breast Cancer Now
Cats Protection CardiffOur region of the charity only Fundraises for Local Community Projects of Cardiff. All profits from our area go directly to help local Cats of Cardiff
Children's Heart Surgery Fund
Children's Hospice South West
Cornwall Air Ambulance TrustWingwalking is a fun and exciting way to support CAA and help save lives in Cornwall and Isles of Scilly. With no government funding and over £3.5 million costs each year to keep the team flying we need dedication and support from people like you. In 2019 we were tasked to 1,144 missions, our busiest year yet - this wouldn't be possible without the support of businesses and community.
Cornwall Hospice CareYou can do something amazing and fund in excess of 10 hours of nursing care. You can make that difference for a family whose loved one is in their final days.
Devon Air AmbulanceIn 2018 it cost £7.5 million to keep the service operational. This was only possible thanks to the fantastic support we receive from Devon people, businesses and communities.
We are proud to be independent of Government and National Lottery Funding: this safeguards the service for the long-term and ensures we can deliver what the people of Devon tell us they want from their Air Ambulance.
Devon MindTo support us to deliver mental health support services to more people in Devon, particularly those in areas of rural isolation
Devon Partnership NHS Trust CharityWingwalk to inspire hope and support to those with Mental Health and learning disability needs across Devon.
Heart HeroesOur Heart Heroes are very brave taking medicines, having procedures and operations. Show them how brave you are and Wingwalk for us.
HospiscareTo support the local hospice in providing end of life care in patients homes or within our in patient unit.
Intercom TrustIntercom provides crucial support for LGBT+ individuals, families and communities. We need your support to keep up the amazing work we do!
Laura Crane Youth Cancer TrustFacing a challenge or fear is not an option for young cancer patients who are facing frequent and debilitating stays in hospital, traveling far away from home, family and friends to receive harsh and invasive treatments for their cancer. Subsequently they are no longer able to attend social events, school/ college/ university or even work. Many have mobility and/or dexterity challenges and will sadly suffer social isolation. Will you please face you fear, take up the challenge and fly high in support of the young cancer patients we support at The Laura Crane Youth Cancer Trust...you can make a difference!
Make A Wish UK
Moorfields Eye CharityTo raise money in support of the work we do with Moorfields Eye Hospital to research new therapies and cures for eye diseases
National Kidney FederationPlease Support the NKF so we can support the 3 million people with Kidney disease.
North Devon HospiceTake on this adrenaline fuelled experience to support North Devon families affected by life-limiting illnesses.
Over and AboveJoin us for an experience of a lifetime and help raise money to provide vital equipment and improvements to North Devon Healthcare NHS Trust.
Parkinson's UKTo raise vital funds to enable us to support people with Parkinsons and also to fund research to try and find a cure.
PerennialWe have many supporters who undertake challenges for us, from runs, cycles, abseils, treks etc & we're looking for fun new ways for people to engage with us and raise vital finds.
PetrusReach new heights and help to support local people experiencing homelessness
Rainbow Trust Childrens CharityRainbow Trust Provides practical and emotional support to families with a seriously ill child.
RD&E CharityWe fundraise over and above what the NHS is able to provide to make a real difference to our patients, their families and our amazing staff that treat them. Your donations will help to improve the hospital environment, buy state-of-the-art medical equipment and help us to go way beyond the NHS standard.
Ronald McDonald House BristolPlease take on this challenge for the Ronald McDonald House Bristol to keep our doors open for families in need.
Rowcroft HospiceTo challenge themselves and support people in their community to make the most of every moment.
ScannappealWe are currently fundraising for two state of the art MRI scanners which would cost £1.5 million - the equipment is quieter and has a wider opening, making it a better experience for patients.
Scottish Huntington's AssociationHuntington's disease is an incurable neurological condition with complex physical and mental symptoms. These include a deterioration in motor function which leads to reduced control over movement and a loss of ability to walk, talk, eat and swallow. The disease also causes mood and personality changes and, in some cases, serious psychiatric illness. As it progresses, people with Huntington's disease can require 24-hour care, meaning they are no longer able to stay in the family home with loved ones. To compound this devastating toll on families, each child of an HD parent is at 50% risk of inheriting the faulty gene that leads to HD. In Scotland today, there are 1100 people with Huntington's disease and a further 5000 people at risk. You can find out more here https://hdscotland.org/
See The FutureWingwalking for See the Future would make such a difference being a small charity but yet makes a big difference. See the future is also a local charity. Help support local and make a big difference.
SKT WelfareTo raise funds for our international aid programmes.
St Davids HospiceTo raise fundsand awareness for St Davids Hospice which offers highly dignified end of life care to those with shorter life expectancies.
St Gemmas HospiceThe Patient Care we offer at St Gemmas Hospice is given entirely Free of Charge, this means that we rely upon the generous donations and fundraising of our supporters.
St Kentigern HospiceWe are a local hospice providing care to the local community and sponsorship raised from the Wingwalk goes towards keeping the Hospice doors open.
St Lukes Hospice PlymouthNot only are you in for an amazing experience but you can really make a difference by
raising vital funds for your local hospice.