Jordan’s work for national, international charities and good causes is complimented by his voluntary positions as a trustee, ambassador and patron of several, not for profit and charitable organisations. Jordan is committed and dedicated to helping others pursue both their personal and professional goals, especially those injured during active military service, children from conflict affected areas and those people less fortunate than him.
Jordan lives by the mantra, that every day is a chance to change your life, encouraging those he meets to push the boundaries of their capabilities as far as possible and to be fearless in pursuit of their dreams. Jordan has spearheaded some extraordinary projects in recent years including personally fundraising and driving the building of a new school on the Horn of Africa for refugee children displaced by war and conflict in the region.
Jordan and friends at the summit of Scafell Pike during a 3 peaks challenge for Frontline Children
At Frontline Children, we believe that every child in the world deserves the right to basic education regardless of their social status, gender, background or place of birth. We focus on helping children access education in some of the most remote and challenging areas of the planet and often in conflict and war zones. Our mission is to inspire hope and change the lives of children worldwide through access to education. We also believe that education provides physical and psychosocial protection that can save and sustain lives for generations to come.
The Abel Foundation was created to aid the sufferers of Mitochondrial Disease and help their families deal with this life limiting disease. Currently there is no cure. We run a 24-hour support network via phone, email and text and are on hand to help people when they need support or even just someone to listen and can understand what they go through on a day to day basis. As we grow we aspire to provide onsite counsellors for hospitals. You will be able to apply for financial aid for those needing equipment and respite. Abel Noakes was the inspiration for founding the charity which is named after him. Born in September 2014, he has been battling this disease all of his young life. Abel’s parents understand the challenges parents and carers face and set up The Abel Foundation to provide assistance to those dealing with this devastating illness.
Jordan and the Mayor and Mayoress of Test Valley at The Abel Foundation fundraiser
The former U.K. director of special forces General Sir Adrian Bradshaw presents Jordan with the regimental rosette for his voluntary work at the museum
Horse Power Museum is the regimental museum of The King’s Royal Hussars (KRH). A British Army armoured unit with a very proud history and great cavalry traditions. Equipped today with the Challenger 2 main battle tank and the scimitar reconnaissance vehicle, the KRH are truly a force to be reckoned with and have over 300 years of history which is all captured a Horse Power Museum in Winchester. Jordan Wylie served for over a decade within the regiment as an armoured crew man, recon operator and intelligence analyst on operations.
Epilepsy Action is a community of people committed to a better life for everyone affected by epilepsy. We want high quality, accessible epilepsy healthcare services, so that people with epilepsy have the support they need to manage their condition. We want wider awareness and understanding of epilepsy, so that people living with the condition are treated with fairness and respect. Our supporters, members, staff and volunteers are united by these common goals. Jordan was diagnosed with epilepsy in 2017 and since has done his best to show young epilepsy sufferers that they can still go on to achieve great things despite their condition.
Jordan representing Epilepsy Action with Dame Kelly Holmes at The Great North Run