The beautiful village of Tattenhall in Cheshire
Ice Cream Farm: April 2019
The 'Sky's the Limit' for this group of adventurous young employees at The Ice Cream Farm and who are quite literally fearless — read Tommy, James, Amy, Ollie and Deanna's story in support of 'Adoption Matters', which is the Ice Cream Farm's designated charity for 2019.
'As a small group of 5 people we have set a goal to raise as much money as possible for 'Adoption Matters'. Adoption Matters is a children's charity and one of the largest independent adoption agencies in the UK. The charity helps to recruit, train and support adoptive families during the adoption process as well as offering on-going support and training for as long as needed.
We are aiming to raise as much money as possible to help this brilliant cause and therefore any donations are massively appreciated. Please help us accomplish our target and help the charity by passing our message on.
Myself (Tommy) and co-workers Deanna, Ollie, Amy and James will be jumping out of a plane at approximately 10,000 feet! We are all nervous but also extremely excited at the same time.
By donating through Virgin Money Giving, you can sponsor us all to carry out this challenge and your donations will be quickly processed and passed to Adoption Matters, helping in turn everyone the charity helps. Virgin Money Giving is a non-profit organisation and will claim gift aid on a charity's behalf where the donor is eligible for this.
We think Adoption Matters is a brilliant cause and any donations big or small are massively appreciated'.
Please help us accomplish our target and help the charity by passing our message on — please CLICK HERE
Tommy, James, Amy, Ollie and Deanna.
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