Leaving all the ‘What Ifs’ behind, Motorfinity’s s co-founders Daniel Briggs and Dean Skiba threw caution to the wind and leapt out of the plane at 14,000ft at Skydive Langar, all in aid of our local charity, the Children’s Bereavement Centre.
They set the bar high for the rest of Team Motorfinity’ s tandem skydivers who followed suit a few days later. Huge congratulations to both and Paris Bennett, Laura Harris, and Alicia Anderson who have now all fulfilled the challenge and ticked it off their bucket list.
Everyone agreed that, although the anticipation of jumping into thin air was very frightening, it was an amazing experience and all for such a good cause.
Our COO, Dean, said:
“I have always dreamed of doing a tandem skydive and doing it for such a worthy cause was a truly special experience. It was totally mind-blowing - words cannot describe it. It’s certainly up there as one of the most exhilarating, fun, and scary things ever! I am beyond proud of myself and thrilled that we have managed to raise a total of £6,725.50 for The Children’s Bereavement Centre.”
Sadly, every 22 minutes in the UK a child is bereaved of a parent. Over the last 2 years, we have built a strong relationship with Rachel Wilson and Katie Gibson at the Children’s Bereavement Centre. The funds raised all go to enable this wonderful charity to be there to support local children, young people, and their families through one of the most devastating times in their lives.
Rachel, Katie, and all of us at Motorfinity HQ want to extend our sincere thanks to all those who helped nudge Dan, Dean, and the rest of the team to take the plunge by donating and making the Big Jump so worthwhile.
If you would like to know more about the Children’s Bereavement Centre – maybe you would like to take part in a tandem skydive and support them at the same time – click on the link below: