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Karen Macdonald

Norrie: World's Highest Skydive - Florida

I'm doing the "World's Highest Skydive" for Alzheimer Scotland because it's a charity close to my heart.

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raised of £1,500 target
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Alzheimer Scotland

We support people with dementia in Scotland to make sure nobody faces dementia alone

Charity Registration No. SC022315


Thanks for taking the time to visit my JustGiving page.

As if a week of golf in sunny Florida wasn't enough - tough, but somebody's got to do it- I've decided to sign up to the World's Highest Skydive at 18,000 feet, in Titusville, Florida while I'm there.

It's all booked and paid for, and I figured it might be a good opportunity to raise some much needed funds, but more importantly, raise awareness for a charity which is very close to my heart. 
As you may or may not know, my mother is currently living with dementia.
I have experienced, first hand, the fantastic support on offer from Alzheimer Scotland (Lewis & Harris), and, in all honesty, I don't know where we'd (Joey MacAskill, her wonderful full-time carer, extended family and myself), be without them over the past 12 months.

Locally, Alzheimer Scotland (Lewis & Harris) provide direct care services, activities and support, to people with dementia and their families and carers. Their specialist dementia services provide personalised back-up, designed around each individual's abilities and interests.  In order to continue providing the wide range of activities and support currently available - they rely on annual fundraised income, so I'd like to do what I can to support, and I'll keep you all updated on the jump after it happens!
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