Sharon Walters

Business and Finance Manager

Having worked in industry for over 20 years, Sharon moved to fly2help in 2016 to take over the business and finance functions and now manages the business and day to day operations of the charity. Sharon has a keen interest in aviation through her connection with RAF Air Cadets where she has Chaired the civilian welfare committee for a local cadet squadron. She has a particular interest in charity programme development and impact and has implemented a number of new initiatives to raise the profile of the charity and widen the scope of our programmes, using the fly2help team’s passion for aviation as a means to support and inspire our stakeholders.

Georgina Godfree

Charity Programme Delivery Coordinator

Georgina Godfree

Georgina graduated with a BA in Photography from Nottingham Trent University, winning the Vice Chancellor’s Award for the School of Art & Design. Her photographic work celebrated the Spitfire in the 75th Anniversary year of the Battle of Britain and her dissertation examined the evolution of military photo reconnaissance. Georgina has worked as the photographer for Boeing Defence UK at RIAT, with Rolls-Royce and their Mk XIX Spitfire, PS853 and exhibited her aviation photography in Nottingham and London. Georgina joined fly2help in March 2016 to coordinate our Aim High scholarships and schools programme and run Air Smiles Days.

Kim Davenport

Charity Programme Development and Coordinator

Kim Davenport

Kim joined fly2help in September 2014, after 32 years in the aviation industry. She started her career as an Air Traffic Control Assistant at the age of 16 and progressed to be an Air Traffic Controller, technical administrator and ultimately business development manager, spending many happy years at Gloucestershire Airport. In 2014, Gloucestershire Airport selected fly2help as its chosen charity and Kim was so inspired by the charity’s work that she joined the team. Kim is responsible for development of the charitable programmes and community fundraising and events. Also planning and delivery of Aim High Programme at Gloucestershire and Luton Airports and Air Smiles Days at Gloucestershire Airport. Kim also has her own running group, Run Together/Run2Help, set up to support fly2help.

Kayte Wall

Office Administrator


Kayte discovered fly2help when she joined the running group Run2Help and loved what the charity did so initially became a keen volunteer. From there her skills and caring attitude were recognised and she has become a valuable member of the team, helping out on a regular basis and making sure that the behind the scenes runs smoothly. Kayte’s contribution and help in planning Air Smiles Days and Aim High means we can commit more time to delivering and planning new programmes. She works in the office on her days off from university where she is studying Animal Behaviour and Welfare. Kayte loves being part of fly2help because she understands the importance of Aim High and sees the difference the Aim High week makes for the students and how much it can help them in their career choices. She also loves the impact our Air Smiles Days have on our beneficiaries and, after volunteering on the days and preparing the photobooks for the families after the day, really understands the value and long term impact of what we do