Two members of staff from Manchester-based LeasingOptions.co.uk, will be taking to the sky on Friday 1st September, to raise money for the Once Upon a Smile charity.
Paul Hughes, account manager at Leasing Options and Sam Eggington, pricing assistant at Leasing Options, will be leaping 11,000 ft. from the sky with a 17-other people, including Leanne Brown from Cheshire Housewives fame, to raise much need funds for the Trafford Park charity.
Leasing Options, one of the UK’s leading car leasing companies, has worked with Once Upon a Smile for over three years. This is the latest activity where the company has supported the charity and is looking to raise £800.
Andy Houston, Sales Director at LeasingOptions.co.uk, commented: “Once Upon a Smile is a fantastic charity and we’re really proud to be able to support them with the amazing work it does.
"Paul and Sam bravely volunteered to complete the skydive. 11,000 ft. is unbelievably high so we are hoping that people get behind these great guys and spur them on by raising a lot of money."
Andy Houston, Sales Director at Leasing Options
“Paul and Sam bravely volunteered to complete the skydive. 11,000 ft. is unbelievably high so we are hoping that people get behind these great guys and spur them on by raising a lot of money.”
Daniel Jillings, Co-founder of Once Upon a Smile, said: “We’re really looking forward to the skydive. It takes a lot of courage to jump out of a plane so we really appreciate everyone that has volunteered to do it to raise money for us.
“The team at LeasingOptions.co.uk have supported us for over three years now and its brilliant to see Paul and Sam get involved with this latest fundraising challenge.”
To support Paul and Sam and help them raise money for their skydive please donate here https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/sam-egginton
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