This summer, two Worcester Sixth Form College students plan to reach new heights by doing a Skydive for charity! On Saturday, 21st August, Imogen Kimberley and Isabella Guida-Jones will be taking to the skies in aid of St Richard’s Hospice. During the skydive, the girls will be jumping out of a plane at 10,000 feet, experiencing the rush of falling through the air at 120mph!!!
Between them, the girls are hoping to raise £1,000 for St Richard’s Hospice. They are both really excited about the skydive, especially as they are doing it together so can support each other throughout the whole experience.
Imogen says that she is super excited to do the skydive as it’s something she’s always wanted to do, and Isabella is both excited and nervous about this once in a lifetime experience, which will help a charity that is very close to both of the girls’ hearts after caring and supporting for close family members in their time of need and for such a worthy cause!
And, in reply to asking how the girls will prepare for the skydive, Isabella replied to say ‘I don’t know how we’ll prepare for it, but the plan is not to think about it too much until the day.
The girls wanted everyone to know that any donations would be very gladly received, and we wish the girls all the best for their brave challenge!
For further information, or to make a donation, please visit one of their fundraising pages via the following links: