50% of attraction takings will be donated to our chosen charities
'SSAFA', ‘Help for Heroes’ and 'Mia Moos Foundation'.


SSAFA

Motor Madness UK supporting SSAFA

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SSAFA, the Armed Forces charity, exists to relieve need, suffering and distress amongst the Armed Forces, veterans and their families. We would like to thank the organisers of Motor Madness for supporting SSAFA this year; raising money for charity and providing everyone with an amazing day out.

Every year SSAFA provides life-changing help to around 67,000 people; that is 183 men, women and children, each and every day.

Through supporting SSAFA, Motor Madness will be extending a helping hand to our young servicemen and women wounded in recent conflicts, offer comfort to bereaved families, help elderly veterans stay mobile and assist those struggling with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.

It is the overwhelming commitment and passion of our supporters which allows SSAFA to continue offering a lifetime of support to our Forces and their families whenever and wherever they need us.

SSAFA registered Charity for England and Wales No. 210760.

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Help for Heros supported charity

Motor Madness UK is proud to support Help for Heroes as their Charity of the Year

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Help for Heroes offers direct, practical support to those who have suffered life-changing injuries and illnesses whilst serving our country.

There is still much more to do, as thousands of Heroes and their loved ones are dealing every day with increasingly complicated physical and psychological conditions. They will continue to need our support as they rebuild their lives. We cannot let them battle alone.

Please support Help for Heroes, our Charity of the Year. Thank you so much for your invaluable support.

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Mia Moos Foundation supported charity

Motor Madness UK is supporting
the Mia Moos Foundation.

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Mia Moo is a beautiful little girl who on 1st July 2013 at only 21 months old was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia.

During Mia’s journey Mia underwent endless blood and platelet transfusions, heart scans, numerous blood tests and trips to theatre for Hickman line fitting, bone marrow testing, lumber punctures and chemotherapy.

Mia’s fight is still an ongoing battle.

The Mia Moo Foundation is to raise enough money for a Holiday Home for families of children with cancer, to enjoy some respite away from hospital life.

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