Liz's great leap downwards
GROVE House community fundraiser Liz Hizli is used to encouraging other people to do mad things to raise money for the day hospice. But she got her come-uppance when she agreed to leap out of an aeroplane at 10,000ft to raise money for Grove House – becau
GROVE House community fundraiser Liz Hizli is used to encouraging other people to do mad things to raise money for the day hospice.
But she got her come-uppance when she agreed to leap out of an aeroplane at 10,000ft to raise money for Grove House - because she is terrified of heights.
Liz said: "I've watched many other people take part in the skydive. I'm terrified of heights but this year I was determined to join the team, jump through the clouds and raise even more money for the hospice. It was a truly thrilling experience."
To sign up for an experience of a lifetime or to find out more about doing a skydive for Grove House, contact Sannah on 01727 731002 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
There is still an opportunity to sponsor Liz and help her raise over �1,500 for Grove House by visiting her just giving site at www.justgiving. com/elizabethhizli
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