As you know, Clive and Trish are currently in New Zealand, following Lisa’s footsteps across the country she found to be truly amazing. Whilst she was in Queenstown N.Z, Lisa did a free-fall parachute jump and also the biggest bungee jump in the world from the Nevis high wire of 134 Metres.
The video she sent home is now shown as an inspirational DVD to young people to encourage them to go and live their dreams.
And on Lisa’s 31st birthday, March 15th, Clive will make the jump himself.
As you know, Lisa’s charity to date has raised over £180,000 and changed the lives of some forty young students that it has given bursaries to – young students who have had to demonstrate how they have overcome adversity and why they need additional funding to help them with their educational dreams and ambitions.
If you would like to sponsor Clive by making a donation to the charity, it would be gratefully appreciated if you could use the Gift Aid form below which will enable us to maximize any donation you may make.
Gift Aid Form.pdf
Please make cheques payable to “The Lisa Wilson Scholarship Fund” and send to: Clive Wilson, Peartree Cottage, Nomansland, Salisbury, Wiltshire, SP5 2BN.
Photos of Clive’s jump will appear here shortly.. watch this space.
A four minute musical pictorial tribute of Lisa’s journey through America, Fiji, New Zealand and Australia is now available in DVD or Video. Called Lisa’s Dream it has been beautifully created by Lisa’s brother Ross. It is available in either format for £10 + £2 p&p in the UK. Please make cheques payable to The Lisa Wilson Scholarship Fund, c/o Mr & Mrs Wilson, Peartree Cottage, Nomansland, Salisbury, Wiltshire, SP5 2BN.
This very special occasion to celebrate what would have been Lisa’s 24th birthday turned out to be a huge success. Over 150 people turned out mainly in fancy dress to party in the way Lisa loved to. The group ‘Abba Revival’ twice played ‘Dancing Queen’ and packed the floor with people dancing and crying at the same time. The raffle raised nearly five hundred pounds and with donations from people who couldn’t attend and ticket sales just over £3000 was raised for the Lisa Wilson Scholarship Fund.
For the evening, Lisa’s brother Ross created a photographic journal of Lisa’s Dream. The dvd is now available here
Tricia and I would like to thank everyone for their support.