The project turned out to be a double success – both charity and sport, because at the end of the campaign Kozlowski together with the team made another, 101st jump, thus breaking the current European record. During the project the average time per jump was 5 minutes and 15 seconds.
As part of the campaign, more than $150.000 was collected. Thanks to this, 117 wheelchairs were bought and given to disabled children to give them a chance to actively participate in social life. Therefore, these 100 jumps are not only a sports project, but also social activity and a fight for equal opportunities for those who do not have them at the start.
This was the second approach to the project – the previous attempt on 21 June was interrupted due to very dangerous weather conditions. Jumping took Kozlowski over nine hours, and he took three half-hour breaks between the attempts.
The event was accompanied by jazz and rock concerts, special shows and other accompanying attractions, and in parallel with the jumps an online fundraising took place, attended by over 6,000 people. Thanks to this, it was possible to finance the purchase of wheelchairs, which were given to disabled children and… they are used until today – when children grow out of them, they are passed on to other people in need.