Nexus Skydives for Beaconsfield Charity
Dan, Laura and Anna will be jumping out of a plane to raise money for the Alexander Jansons Foundation (AJF), a local charity based in Beaconsfield.
The Alexander Jansons Foundation was set up after the death of 18 year old Alexander Jansons in July 2013. Alexander died from Myocarditis, a virus which attacks the heart affecting individuals of all ages but most common in the young. The Foundation will fund a research paper into cause prevention cures therefore saving lives.
Here at Nexus we feel it’s so important to participate in the fundraising. The trio at Nexus (Dan, Laura and Anna) are willing to face their fears and jump out of a plane at 10,000ft reaching around 125mph during the fall!
Here’s some words from the team:
“I am equal parts scared and excited to be taking the leap for AJF!” Laura
“I am very nervous and also excited to be taking a 10,000ft jump to help donate to AJF’s charity.” Anna
“I’m taking it even further this year – 15,000 for me! It’s going to be really scary but it’s important to raise the money to prevent this from happening to others” Dan
We welcome all donations which will be greatly appreciated. Your sponsorship and support can really make a difference and will definitely help this local charity. We are really proud to be taking part to help AJF.
To send your donation simply click here to be directed to our JustGiving page.
If you’re interested to find out more about AJF please click here.
Thank you for your support.