Team Polar Storm
Ukrainian Orphans

Donations Pages

Austin, Simon and Andrew have each chosen a charity which they would like to support. Please click the links or images below to make a donation to your selected team members charity. If you would like a copy of "Polar Storm", the track produced for us by Italian Artist Gaudi, you can download it from here, just right click the following link and select Save Target As, then save in your MP3 music collection on your computer!! Our only request is that if you do download the track, you make a small contribution to one of our chosen charities, Then get all your friends to do the same!! (Right Click and Select Save Target As) Polar Storm MP3 Download Ice cool dub for hard-core missions!

Austin's Charity

Simon's Charity

Andrew's Charity

Lions Club International
Education for Democracy in South Africa
NACC
Austin is raising money for Ukrainian orphans. These children often sleep in orphanages with no windows, sometimes the temperatures in winter can be as cold as what Austin will experience in the Arctic. With your generous help some of these worthy children may be able to sleep a little bit warmer next winter. Please donate generously a small amount of money goes a long way in the Ukraine. Please click the charity logo to make a donation.

Simon has chosen to raise money for the charity Education for Democracy in South Africa, EDSA is a small Oxfordshire-based charity, which has been in existence since 1990 including during the desperate years of Apartheid in South Africa. EDSA developed through a strong link with educationalists working within the Cape Town area, who were striving to ensure that as many disadvantaged black South Africans as possible had access to education and training. Please click the charity logo to make a donation.

Andrew is raising money for The National Association for Colitis and Crohn's Disease (NACC) which brings together people of all ages who have Ulcerative Colitis or Crohn’s Disease, their families and the health professionals involved in their care. These two illnesses are both forms of Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) and they affect about 1 in 400 people in the United Kingdom. Please click the charity logo to make a donation.