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This article was published on April 3rd, 2017
Falling through the skies at approximately 120mph before taking in the scenery of the North West from 5,000ft may sound hellish to some, but that is exactly what our Trainee Solicitor Claire Gatley is preparing to do.
Claire is one of our soon to be qualified solicitors and we are extremely excited for her to take part in this event at Black Knights Parachute centre in Manchester on behalf of Thorneycroft Solicitors.
Obviously, we want to help Claire raise as much money as possible for this fantastic cause, so please find below a link to her Just Giving web page.
Working with catastrophic injuries in the North West, we see first-hand the impact quick and professional action can have – it literally saves lives. This is why we think the North West Air Ambulance Charity is a fantastic charity to support.
Whether you’ve been involved in a road traffic accident, injured yourself playing sport or are being transferred between hospitals, the NWAA are on hand to assist, and it is donations like this that keep that option available.
In fact, during February 2017 alone, the NWAA assisted with 127 “missions” across the North West. Without funding from events like Claire’s skydive, this service simply cannot continue. So please, if you can spare any donation, however big or small, click the link through to Claire’s Just Giving page below and donate today.
Thank you, and good luck, Claire!
Or you can text CGSD69 followed by your donation amount to 70070 to donate via text.
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