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BMR Solutions


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My story

[p]BMR Solutions along with our partners at Boomerang Funding are completing a mass skydive event to raise vital funds for the Jessie May Trust. [/p][p]Jessie May is a Bristol-based charity providing nursing care at home for children and young people with life limiting conditions who are not expected to live beyond the age of 19. Jessie May was established in September 1994 by Chris and Philippa Purrington, following the death of their baby daughter Jessica May. She died from a genetic condition known as severe Spinal Muscular Atrophy when she was only 4½ months old.[/p][p]Whilst the family were visiting relatives in Bristol, Jessica was admitted to the local hospital. It was here that the family learnt that the support they had received back at home in High Wycombe was not available to families caring for their child at home in the Bristol area. Jessica was cared for by her family at home throughout her illness. She died peacefully at home in her father’s arms, in privacy, with dignity and surrounded by all those who loved her.[/p][p]Jessica’s parents were determined to do what they could to enable other children with conditions like Jessica’s and their families to have support in their own homes and the choice to die at home when that time comes. After a lot of hard work and perseverance initial funding was secured, and Jessie May was officially launched in 1996.[/p][p]For reasons of safety and security, all Jessie May Care Team personnel are employed through University Hospitals Bristol NHS Foundation Trust (UHBristol), and these posts are fully funded by Jessie May. All administrative personnel are employed directly by the charity. The Trust is almost entirely reliant upon voluntary funding, and encourages donations from individuals, corporate organisations, community groups and grant-making or charitable trusts. No charge is made to families using the services of the charity.[/p][p]Since Jessie May was founded in 1996 the charity has supported over 300 children and their families in Bristol, South Gloucestershire, North Somerset, Bath & North East Somerset, and Swindon & Wiltshire.[/p][p]On the 29th June with support from friends, family and colleagues, the brave souls will jump from 10,000ft out of a plane to raise funds and awareness for the Jessie May Trust. [/p][p]Please be generous and help us support this fantastic charity. [/p][p][br][/p]
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Personal Challenge Date

29 Jun 2019





Good luck guys!




Well done guys, enjoy!



Stripe OLT

Super brave and well done from all at Stripe OLT xx









Tracey britton

Well done Brooklee 👌👌👌

£10.00 plus £2.50 Gift Aid


Your sister

Good luck lee, Proud of you bro





Mandy moore

Good luck brooklea , very proud of you and such a good cause




Good luck Tegan, very good cause