Four members of the team from the Norfolk-based road safety technology firm Westcotec have successfully completed a charity skydive from 13,000ft, to raise funds for its charity Nelsons Journey.
For more than 25 years, Nelson’s Journey has supported children and young people in Norfolk who’ve experienced the death of a significant person, providing a range of resources and services, and accepting referrals from families and professionals for those who may need support.
Westcotec have been supporting Nelsons Journey for more than five years and is pledging to continue to support them as much as possible as they are completely reliant on donations, receiving no government funding.
“After some initial nerves, the overall experience was amazing, with all of us wanting to get straight onto the next plane to do it all over again!” commented Sales Director Olly Samways. “We are very close to our fundraising target of £2,000, so any more donations to help us reach this would be greatly appreciated.”
You can read all about the fundraising and donate here.
Image left to right: Tim James (R&D Engineer), Olly Samways (Director), Gary Stevens (Fundraising and Marketing Manager, Nelsons Journey), Dom Grzyb (R&D Engineer), Joanna Pilarska (Sales Administrator).