Simon Heaps is adding to his medals following a very successful year. We’ve been delighted to support him through the Bader Grant Scheme but, despite his own fundraising efforts and using all his savings to compete as a self-funding athlete, he is running dangerously short of funds.
2023 Update from Simon Heaps tells of his progress over the past year and his desperate need for funds
Simon Heaps deserves support. This dedicated wheelchair table tennis player has fought his way into the top 30 in the World Rankings and is playing better than ever. Let’s help him to fight his way right to the top.
Simon Heaps up the medals adding a Gold and Silver to his tally following the last competition of his year in San José, Costa Rica
An October Update from Simon Heaps, our heroic Wheelchair Table Tennis Grant Recipient! Simon, who is a totally self-funding athlete, […]
67 year old double amputee, Simon Heaps, a Wheelchair Table Tennis player aiming to be top of his sport, undertook a Sky Dive to raise funds for the Pilgrim Bandits.
Self Funding Wheelchair Table Tennis Player Simon Heaps has won several medals since very recently having his second leg amputated. He is now about to do a Sky Dive…
Good and Bad News from self-funding Wheelchair Table Tennis Player, Simon Heaps, who has won his first Gold Medal but is running out to funds…
Simon Heaps September Update covers the frustration of having matches still being cancelled and postponed due to Covid19 and plans for the future.