This weekend, Sunday seventh Might, three members of the staff from park dwelling promoting specialists Quickmove Properties, will probably be taking to the skies over Wiltshire to finish a 15,000ft skydive in assist of the charity Alzheimer’s Assist.
This newest daring endeavour is only one of numerous charity occasions organised by Quickmove Properties, with the staff additionally embarking on the Quickmove Stroll to Bear in mind in June, which can see them tackle a half marathon hike over the course of the day.
Whereas the Stroll to Bear in mind guarantees to be a check of endurance, this weekend’s occasion is ready to be a barely extra excessive octane affair, with the fundraisers plummeting from a airplane over the Wiltshire countryside, free falling for 60 seconds at a watch watering velocity of 125mph.
When their parachutes do (hopefully) open, they are going to be rewarded with a spectacular chook’s eye view of the county as they make their manner again all the way down to strong floor.
The occasion is being facilitated by GoSkydive, one of many UK’s main skydive firms who specialize in first-time tandem skydives.
Every member of the Quickmove Properties staff has set their sights on elevating a minimal of £425 for the skydive, with the overall funds raised at the moment sitting at £2,954 together with Reward Assist.
So hold your eyes peeled this weekend and see should you can spot the staff as they tackle this terrifying process.
Gross sales Director at Quickmove Properties, Mark O’Dwyer mentioned, “Alzheimer’s Assist is a charity that’s extremely near our coronary heart as a enterprise and we’re delighted to see such engagement, enthusiasm and bravado from the staff in taking up the fundraising occasions we’ve organised.
The cash raised will go a great distance in serving to the charity assist these recognized with Alzheimers, in addition to those that have been residing with the situation long run, whether or not it’s recommendation, assist, day golf equipment, exercise teams and far, way more.
I’ve to say, the skydive have to be particularly daunting for first-timers and I’m glad that I’ll be cheering them on from the protection of strong floor and so we might urge anybody within the native space to come back down and present their assist for such an important trigger and, if attainable, make a donation.”
Group Fundraising Supervisor at Alzheimer’s Assist, Rachel Concern, added, “Quickmove Properties are an adventurous bunch who’ve set themselves these spectacular challenges to lift funds for us. The Quickmove staff additionally visited Sidmouth Avenue final 12 months to ship Christmas presents to membership members – such a stunning gesture. We’re enormously grateful for such kindness and assist. Good luck everybody!”
Donation hyperlink: https://www.alzheimerswiltshire.org.uk/Fundraisers/quickmove-walk-to-remember-half-marathon-trek