Shirley Hall

Skydive now 18 April 2021 6th attempt so fingers crossed this is it.

Fundraising for Hospice Of St Francis (Berkhamsted)
raised of £1,000 target
by 39 supporters
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Event: Skydive October 2020, on 18 April 2021
Fall through the skies for The Hospice of St Francis


I have this wish to live life to the full and not regret not doing something. Having reached the grand old age of 60 + I want to prove I can still have adventures. Why am I not content to keep my feet firmly on the ground? My sister died of pancreatic cancer at 48 and she still had so much she wanted to do. I now realise life can be very short and you should not put off something you want to do. Chris' last few months were not easy but the support she received from professionals and family helped her to prepare for the end of her life. The hospice is a warm and comforting place where laughter and tears mingle. The support they offer is tremendous and the care and thoughtfulness has no boundaries. I want to help them continue this care and this is a small way to give back to an exceptional charity who give so much.

About the campaign

Fall through the skies for The Hospice of St Francis

About the charity

The Hospice helps people to live their precious lives well.Our care has many forms – at home, in our outpatient Spring Centre or through specialised care in one of our Hospice beds - and is defined by each person's need. We rely on donations to raise the £5m we need each year to fund our free care.

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