Jack has previously thrown himself from a plane in the name of charity, raising money for children's cancer charity CLIC Sargent in 2007, Jack was only 16 – the youngest skydiver in the group.
He is now repeating this terrifying feat for a really fantastic cause:
"At The Rainbow Centre we help children with Cerebral Palsy and adults with Parkinson's, MS and those recovering from a stroke learn to overcome their motor impairments through a system of learning called conductive education. It costs £45,000 a month to run The Centre where we currently help over 60 amazing children and 25 inspirational adults from all over the south of the UK."
The Rainbow Centre was established in 1990, and offers Conductive Education services to aid children with disabilities which cause delays in development such as Cerebral Palsy.
The centre also helps motor-impaired adults to gain mobility and independence. The charity relies solely on donations and receives no other financial support, raising money is the only way The Rainbow Centre can continue its amazing work. However, they require £400,000 a year to operate, so fund raisers like Jack are essential to the continuity of the charity.
Jacks target is £250.00 help him meet this by donating here at justgiving.com.