Paul Holmes Skydives for Cavendish Cancer Care
August 18, 2017
Whilst enjoying planning his trip to watch the Hungarian F1 Grand Prix, Paul stumbled across the opportunity to complete a 13,000ft parachute jump from a helicopter.
As two this encompassed two things he has always wanted to do, there was no way he was passing up on this opportunity! Having worked next to the Cavendish Centre for many years, Paul decided to combine this life changing experience with fundraising to support the centre.
Also, being the director of Wednesdayite he was able to use his influence, and the help of fellow Football supporters to raise, so far, £3,000 through sponsorship and donations from the use of the Wednesdayite car park on two Match Day occasions.
We would like to thank Paul for his amazing effort in raising vital fund to help keep the Cavendish Centre open, so it can continue to support local families affected by cancer.
If you would like to donate to Paul’s adventure, go to: https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/paul-holmes-wednesdayite?utm_id=26
Have a look at his Skydive experience here:
If this story has inspired you to take on your own adventure, why not take part in the Sheffield 10k and run with #TeamCav? Get in touch with Jonny for more information, or to book you place now: firstname.lastname@example.org, 0114 275 40 70
Alternatively, why not consider completing an Open Challenge? These are life changing experiences that can be completed in the UK or abroad, and range from hiking to white water rafting! Head over to: https://cavcare.tempurl.host/news/open-challenges/ for more information.