VTech’s Julian Page to undertake charity skydive

Published on: 26th March 2018

Julian, his daughter Millie and her friend Ella are raising funds for Myton Hospice in Warwick. 

VTech national account manager Julian Page will be jumping from a plane at Hinton Airfield, Northants, on Sunday 1st July, along with his daughter Millie and her friend Ella. Supporters on the day are welcomed, and any donations made through JustGiving will be sent straight to The Myton Hospices. Gift Aid is automatically reclaimed for UK taxpayers, so donations are worth even more.

Julian commented: “I have seen many people combine a personal challenge with raising valuable money for a charity of their choice, and so the time has to ask people to support me, my daughter Millie and her friend Ella in our own charitable efforts. We are raising funds for a hospice that is not only close to our hearts, but also to those who’ve benefited from the support of Myton Hospice in Warwick.”

He continued: I believe you should challenge life while you can, whether, like me, you’ve hit a milestone age, or if you’re just entering adulthood like Millie and Ella, which is why we have decided to chuck ourselves out of a perfectly good plane to raise some money for Myton Hospice. The hospice has given and continues to give invaluable support to so many people including my mum, Millie’s grandma. Your support, whatever the donation, will mean so much to us, and thank you from all three of us in advance.”

Readers who wish to donate can do so here.


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