An Isle of Wight taxi firm has stepped in to help save a charity skydive.
Pop 'n Grow, which helps sick babies, is doing the fundraiser in Salisbury on 30 September. But the jump was in danger because of the cost of transporting the group to the mainland.
The charity has already been given free Solent transport from Wightlink, but the cost of travel for the group of 15 was proving too expensive.
Paula Smith, who runs Pop 'n Grow, said: "We phoned every single coach company on the Island and nobody could help us."
A driver for Ryde Taxis heard the charity's appeal on Isle of Wight Radio and the firm is now providing a mini-bus and tank full of petrol for the day.
Paula added: "It's incredible - the saving of hundreds of pounds means that we can use those hundreds of pounds to support children here on the Isle of Wight and across the UK who are very poorly. And it was the sort of funds that we didn't have - but because of this now, and the skydive, we can make a lot of money that will help hundreds of children.
"Andrew at Ryde Taxis has donated us a 17-seater taxi for the day and a tank of petrol - and we love him!" she added.