The Gift of Life

Ian Wright's Everyday People

By Somethin' Else

The Gift of Life

Tuesday, 2 March

In January 2020, Mel Tait was faced with every parent’s worst nightmare. Her 25-year-old son Jordan had been assaulted, and within hours she would have to turn off his life support. Whilst at his bedside and contemplating how to honour his life, Mel made a decision that would impact the lives of seven desperately ill people. She speaks to Ian about her son Jordan Sinnott, a kind-hearted footballer, who died two weeks shy of his 26th birthday. If you like what you’ve heard so far and think you’ve got an amazing story to tell we’d love to hear from you, get in touch with us at everydaypeople@somethinelse.com Been touched by Jordan’s story? Head to: www.js25.co.uk/supportus @jsftrust on Twitter and Instagram, The Jordan Sinnott Foundation Trust on Facebook And if you or someone you love has been affected by serious crime, for support head to: https://www.victimsupport.org.uk/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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