Five members of Crown Gas & Power have chosen to skydive for our chosen charities, Bury Hospice and Rochdale and District Mind.
Saturday 22nd October will see the team of five ascend to 15,000 feet, before taking the leap out of a plane for a tandem skydive. Some of the team will be jumping out of a plane for the first time – all in the name of charity. We couldn’t be any more impressed with their bravery!
Daniel Madden, Chantelle Kirby and Stuart Batty have chosen to support Bury Hospice with their skydive. Raising funds for the hospice means the charity can continue to support local people and their families to achieve the best possible quality of life at a time when it matters most.
James Wallace and Bryony Cookson have chosen to support Rochdale and District Mind. The raised funds will go to helping local people in the area who have mental health problems, offering physiological help and support groups at their headquarters in Rochdale town centre.
Both charities are important to us all here at Crown Gas & Power and we are proud that five of our amazing people have bravely stepped up to take the leap to help raise awareness and money for both the charities.
You can support the skydiving team by clicking on their profile below to donate. Any donation counts and will be greatly appreciated by the team, not to mention giving them something to jump out of a plane for.