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Little Wings sets up fundraising site

PUBLISHED: 17:47 05 October 2012 | UPDATED: 14:21 10 October 2012

Little Wings founder James Moon is setting up a classified advertisements website to raise funds for the charity.

Little Wings founder James Moon is setting up a classified advertisements website to raise funds for the charity.


Adulikeit.com will enable members of the public to create adverts aimed at people in their local area.


The flying charity offers free flights for children who are disabled, disadvantaged or suffer from serious or terminal illnesses, as well as their families.


It was founded by 18 year-old James Moon, who suffered spinal injuries following a football accident during 2009. He gained his private pilot’s licence last year.


The organisation will be cutting back on flights over the winter months, with its last flight taking place on Sunday, for a boy suffering from Cerebral Palsy.


James says that Little Wings will be fundraising hard over the winter in order to support operations next summer.

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