Well done Jon – You had the courage to invite your wife, Julia, to jump out of an aircraft by parachute for her Christmas present.
You should be applauded for your bravery, either that or Julia was so desperate to leave that she was willing to take the risk of landing at close to the speed of sound, or upside down. Thankfully neither was the case, and Julia raised much needed cash for children’s care at Southampton hospital Children’s Cancer ward.
Now I hear that Julia is returning the favour, inviting Jon to do likewise, a far riskier stunt, especially knowing how many of us would pay good money to get access to the parachute concerned, before the event, that access would probably raise even more money than the jump itself.
Jon, a Director of Corporate Safety Management group Ltd has been a valued customer of our company for more than 8 years, during which time many of us standards auditors have thought long and hard about jumping out of aircraft.
Being a Director of a Safety Management Company, he has probably arranged strategically placed cushions both on the ground and around his person. And it’s all happening this Sunday 14th June.
The Charity they are supporting is for the betterment of Southampton Hospital Children’s Cancer Ward, a cause well worth jumping out of a plane for.
Anyone can donate and leave a message at his wife Julia’s donation page for this extra event, it can be found at justgiving.com/Julia-Digweed
10 June 2015
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