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Parents Skydive for New College Worcester

Parents, Max Keam and Adam Baker, have signed up for a 10,000ft tandem Skydive in June and have got off to a flying start with their fundraising!

Max’s son, Len, and Adam’s son, Roman, both started at New College Worcester last September as year 7 students.

Max said, “the past year has had a massive impact on the school’s ability to carry out its fundraising activities. So, against my better judgement, I have volunteered to take part in a fundraising skydive to raise some much-needed funds for the school that means so much not to just my family but to all the families whose children attend.”

Adam said, “at the age of 3 my son, Roman, was diagnosed with a brain tumour which has left him severely vision impaired. With NCW having had their fundraising efforts hampered due to the COVID-19 pandemic, to help out, I have decided to do my bit and throw myself out of a plane!”

If you would like to support Max or Adam with their fundraising, you can do so here https://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/MaxKeam and https://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/AdamBaker30.

If you would like to join them on their skydive adventure, contact Jodi Brandwood for more information or visit the Fundraising section of the website.

Adam with son, Roman
Max with son, Len
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