Hello and Welcome from Team Santander Skydive
Santander Sky diving
A group of six men, young at heart and passionate to succeed have “dug deep” and taken on the challenge of their first skydive.
It is not to prove their bravery, nor to impress, nor overcome any fears – this inspiring team have taken on the challenge and set a target of raising £2,500 in aid of a very worthy cause. All money raised is in aid of the St. Francis’ Children’s Society (SFCS) to help a vulnerable child find a forever family.
Please help Andy Watt, Nathan Jakes, Simon Masih, Angel Sainz de la Cruz, Adam Spencer and Dipen Dhokia to achieve their target.
Please donate generously !
Please Donate Now !
Andy, Nathan, Simon, Angel, Adam and Dipen
About St. Francis’ Children’s Society
St. Francis’ Children’s Society (SFCS) is a voluntary adoption agency which seeks to make a difference to vulnerable children’s lives by finding them permanent families. SFCS operate across Buckinghamshire, Bedfordshire, Northamptonshire, Hertfordshire, and are now expanding into East Anglia and Lincolnshire. SFCS is rated Outstanding by OFSTED. As a registered charity and limited company, our work is entirely charitable and non-profit making. Their Adoption Connections service offers an open-door policy. Currently in the UK, there are over 4,000 children in need of an adoptive family, and we welcome all kinds of adopters for all kinds of children, regardless of age, race, cultural background, religion, marital status or sexual orientation. As well as finding new families for children awaiting adoption, SFCS offers an extensive range of support services for adopters, and indeed anyone affected by adoption
The Birth Connections service offers advice, support and counselling to birth parents and other family members who have lost a child to adoption and are struggling to come to terms with that loss. We also offer family tracing services and appropriate counselling to adults who were adopted as children via our Building Connections service. SFCS values and respects everyone who is affected by adoption, and our ‘cradle to grave’ service is what makes us unique. www.sfcs.org.uk