With an aim to provide happiness through the joy of family fun, Gravity Trampoline Parks has become a charity partner of Together for Short Lives.
Gravity parks are set to twin up with local children’s hospices in their area.
The Twinned Hospices and Trampoline Parks include:
– Children’s Hospices Across Scotland – Glasgow and Edinburgh
– Martin House – St. Stephens Hull
– St. Andrews Hospice – St. Stephens Hull
– Forget Me Not Children’s Hospice – Xscape Yorkshire
– Rainbows Children’s Hospice – Corby Rockingham
– East Anglia’s Children’s Hospice – Riverside Norwich and Corby Rockingham
– Keech – Xscape Milton Keynes
– Demelza – Lockmeadow Maidstone and Bluewater Kent
– Ellenor – Bluewater Kent
Gravity Trampoline Parks are all about fun for all the family, allowing children and adults of all ages to reach new heights through the thrill of indoor trampolining.
Andy Fletcher, CEO at Together for Short Lives, said: “It’s such great news that Gravity Trampoline Parks are supporting Together for Short Lives. As a parent caring for a seriously ill child, life can get really tough. That’s the reality for the 49,000 families we’re here for. Making memories becomes incredibly important – a goal shared by Gravity, who help thousands of families come together and have a fun family time. We’re excited to work together, as Gravity Trampoline Parks raise money for their local children’s hospices. Thank you Gravity for your support which will undoubtedly help families caring for a seriously ill child make the most of their precious time together.”
Together for Short lives and Gravity will now work together through the twinned hospices and parks to create precious memories that will last a lifetime.
Michael Harrison, Co-Founder and COO of Gravity Trampoline Parks, said: “I am immensely proud to be supporting Together for Short Lives and the amazing people that work at the children’s hospices around the UK. After meeting the staff and families associated with the charity I soon realised that Together for Short Lives would forever be in my heart. We can’t change a diagnosis, but together we can help families make the most of life, no matter how short.”
Gravity’s aim is to make a difference to the lives of children, raising money for the delivery of Play Therapy for the whole family and reaching out to isolated families that are in need of a family day out.
For more information on your local Gravity Trampoline Park visit www.gravity-uk.com.