Lincoln’s Jump Inc supports Rainbows this Easter
Lincoln’s Jump Inc is holding a special event over the Easter holidays to raise money for Rainbows.
The urban playground, based in Dixon Close, is hosting Be a Good Egg for Rainbows until Sunday 16 April – a campaign which is being supported by the Mayor of Lincoln, Councillor Rosanne Kirk.
During the period, all donations made online when booking a session will be doubled by Jump Inc. All money raised will go to our hospice.
Jump Inc has been a supporter of our charity for the past year, Emma Towse-Bertram, Head of Marketing at Jump Inc, said: “Children’s hospices provide lifelines to families at a time of unimaginable pain. The support they give is vital. Jump Inc is an evolving business in the family entertainment sector and children are our primary customer base.
“We see the joy on their little faces bouncing, running, and climbing around at our park on a daily basis. This is a family afternoon out, this is the fun and laughter all families should experience, but that is far from the case. With this campaign, we hope to help increase awareness and encourage our customers to join us in supporting Rainbows who are taking care of our local families in their darkest hour.”
Clare Wainwright, Rainbows Community Fundraiser, added: “We would like to thank Jump Inc and all of its customers for supporting our charity. We know that we are not as well known in Lincoln, but Rainbows is the only hospice for babies, children and young people from Lincolnshire to access respite, palliative and end of life care. We support many families from the region at the hospice and in their homes and we can only do this with your kind donations.”