Soaring through the Skies for CRT

Two Terrific jumpers took on the flight of their lives for the Children's Respite Trust

The Children’s Respite Trust recently witnessed a daring and exhilarating fundraising event as two fearless individuals took to the skies at Headcorn Airfield for a skydiving adventure. Their efforts were aimed at raising essential funds to support disabled children and their families, and the results were remarkable.

The fundraising team at CRT are always committed to innovative and engaging endeavours, all geared towards improving the lives of disabled children and this time, we took our fundraising efforts to new heights, quite literally. Amidst the scenic beauty of Headcorn Airfield, Sabrina and Emily prepared for the experience of a lifetime. After their successful fundraising efforts they boarded an aircraft that would take them to the very edge of the sky.

As the plane climbed higher, their hearts raced with anticipation, knowing that every moment in the air was supporting local children and their families. At the designated altitude, they made the leap, freefalling at exhilarating speeds of up to 120 miles per hour. After an adrenaline-pumping freefall, both participants safely touched down under the guidance of their experienced skydiving instructors.

At the Children’s Respite Trust, we are immensely proud of Sabrina and Emily for their determination and courage. We are truly inspired by their willingness to take on this thrilling challenge  and believe it reflects the extraordinary lengths our supporters are willing to go to make a meaningful difference.

The funds raised from this daring skydive will go directly towards supporting disabled children and their families, providing them with much-needed respite. We extend our heartfelt thanks to our brave participants and all those who supported this event. Your contributions play a crucial role in our ongoing mission to bring joy and support to those who need it most.