< News | 26.04.2019 |

Sky-high challenge to raise cash for kids

Sky-high challenge to raise cash for kids

Chris Lunn from Wolseley is participating in a sky dive to raise money for Wave 105 Cash for Kids. This children’s charity strives to alleviate poverty, support those with a disability and improve the quality of life for children in the south of England.

In the skies above Salisbury on 26 June, Chris will be diving out of a plane to raise as much awareness as he can for this amazing charity.

Explaining his motivation, Chris explains: “Cash for Kids helped me out last year without asking. I have been wanting to do a sky dive for years and finally decided this would be the year that I would do it. They are an amazing charity and do a lot for the community, so I am looking forward to raising as much funds as I can.”

Already well on his way to achieving his target, Chris is aiming to go above and beyond for Cash for Kids, which means so much to him and many others.

To sponsor Chris, visit tinyurl.com/y6o3oyup

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