From my swimming costumes and goggles to my transport and accommodation at competitions, I have to fund everything myself. I rely on the goodwill and sponsorship from businesses – such as the ones mentioned below – and others who want to help me achieve my goals. I welcome and appreciate any help from anyone who thinks that they can be there behind me offering support in any way that they can. If you think that you could help, please contact me using the form below.
Bath Audi and the wonderful sales man Richard part sponsored me with ‘Magic’ my fantastic Audi Q3!! Motability also were an incredible help with this car!!
UK Sport is the nation’s high performance sports agency investing in Olympic and Paralympic sport. Its mission is to work in partnership to lead sport in the UK to world class success.
UK Sport’s record investment and strategic support helped Great Britain win 65 Olympic and 120 Paralympic medals at London 2012. UK Sport is funded by a mix of Government Exchequer and National Lottery income.
The Wessex Association of Chambers of Commerce offers a support network for local businesses providing support, advice and help across the county of Wiltshire. This not only serves the businesses involved but also the wider society.
Responsible for my website, it is easy to see how Aerian Studios have massive clients from the BBC to Tesco and Peppa Pig! Delivering industry leading campaigns and eye-catching websites and Apps, Aerian pride themselves on putting their customers first.
Here is a group of incredibly amazing, influential individuals who group together as one team raising money for many charities. I was over the moon when they originally said they would like to sponsor me and help me with my Olympic dreams!! Thank you so much!!
JLS were an English pop/R&B boy band consisting of members JB Gill, Marvin Humes, Aston Merrygold and Oritsé Williams. Originally formed by Oritse Williams, they split in 2013 having had many hit singles following their recognition on the X Factor yet still offer their undivided support.
There are a few charities I am trying to help with fundraising and sales of my autobiography are:
Armed Forces Mutual Support
Mutual Support exists for Serving and ex-Serving members of the Armed Forces and Reserves, their dependants and carers affected by multiple sclerosis (MS).
Mutual Support is one of the MS Society’s National Support Groups and is run by volunteers with direct experience of MS and the Armed Forces and provides services and activities based on what people affected by MS have said they want.
Riding for the Disabled Association
At RDA, horses and ponies provide therapy, achievement and enjoyment to people with disabilities all over the UK.
Carrying out life-changing activities for over 40 years, and taking great pride in the exceptional standard of our instructors and volunteers (18,000 in all), the RDA are able to offer activities for all age groups and, wherever possible, to people with any disability – and you’re just as likely to find an RDA Group in an urban setting as a rural one.
The RDA rely on voluntary help, donations and legacies to deliver our services.
Together to beat MS
More than 100,000 people in the UK have MS.
We’re fighting to improve treatment and care to help people with MS take control of their lives. And with your support, we’re funding research to help beat MS for good.