Operation Smile

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Throughout the world, Operation Smile volunteers repair childhood facial deformities while building public and private partnerships that advocate for sustainable healthcare systems for children and families.Operation Smile was launched with its first project to the Philippines in 1982 and currently supports international and local, in-country medical projects to 25 countries. In June 2000, BBC1 aired a documentary called “The Facemakers” about the work of Operation Smile. In March 2002, Operation Smile U.K. proudly gained registered charitable status and has since raised vital funds and awareness to support the breadth of the organisation’s global medical programmes.Without the funding received from generous patrons year after year, Operation Smile could not do what it does: Treat children suffering from facial deformities to new lives of smiles. This is where you can help by taking part in a sponsored skydive to raise money.

By pledging to do a sponsored parachute jump you can raise money for Operation Smile and have the experience of a lifetime. Jumping from a perfectly serviceable aeroplane takes a good deal of courage. Just ask your friends, family and work colleagues how much they are prepared to pay not to jump out of an aircraft, and put that money to the cause.

Book your jump and start fundraising now!