Charity Tandem Skydive with Sunflowers Suicide Support

Introduction and background 
Sunflowers Suicide Support was set up in 2018 in memory of Pete Morris who took his own life in September 2016 aged 29 years old. At the time of their loss by suicide, the Morris Family found a significant gap in provision both in terms of the mental health impact on themselves and others, as well as a lack of understanding from professionals to their specific needs and a lack of practical help and support particularly concerning the navigation of legal processes including the inquest. The family set up Sunflowers with the intention of bridging the gap in services which is person-centred.

Sunflowers Suicide Support provides a range of trauma-informed interventions to meet the holistic needs of children, young people and adults who are bereaved and affected by suicide. Sunflowers endeavour for service users to receive the best effective wrap-around care. 

Sunflowers Mission Statement
To reduce the number of people in Gloucestershire who take their own lives and be a provision of support for those bereaved through suicide

Sunflowers Vision
For there to be the best possible environment in Gloucestershire where people live, prosper, and are kept safe from suicide, its harms and wider impact.

Strategic Aims of the Charity:
•    People bereaved or affected by suicide to have appropriate and effective support
•    To provide relevant training and qualifications related to suicide intervention, grief and suicide bereavement 
•    Reach out to communities in creating and sharing awareness around suicide and its impact


Registered charity numbers 1177266

To book your charity skydive in aid of Sunflowers Suicide Support go to our booking page.