Earlier this year on 22nd July, a very brave young man took the 100 metre descent down the iconic Spinnaker Tower, all in aid of Enable Ability!
Bailey, 15, who is from Portsmouth, has a younger brother who has disabilities including autism, so deciding to raise money through his Abseil down the Spinnaker for Enable Ability was the perfect choice.
In his online fundraising page on wonderful.org, Bailey said,
“I have chosen this charity because as many of you know my little brother has additional needs and sometimes it’s hard to go places that’s suits everyone. But here, they are trained to look after and help them enjoy life to the full and help them to do stuff that maybe parents couldn’t help with due to having more children.”
After completing the abseil, Bailey’s Mum said, “Bailey had lots of fun doing the abseil- he really enjoyed himself!” We too think the pictures speak for themselves!
Through both online fundraising and in person donations which the charity has recently received, Bailey has raised a fantastic sum of £450!
A huge thank you to Bailey, from everyone at Enable Ability! Your fundraising will make such a big difference to the children, young people, and adults who use our services. We all think it was a wonderful thing for you to do, and we are most appreciative.
You can still donate to Bailey’s giving page here.
Pictures received with permission to share from Bailey’s family, thank you.