Colleagues sky dive for charity

Some of the staff from Servest Multi Service Group who did a charity skydive for EACH
Some of the staff from Servest Multi Service Group who did a charity skydive for EACH
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A company went to great heights to raise more than £4,000 for charity.

Ten employees from Servest Multi Service Group, based in Bury St Edmunds, took part in a sky dive last month.

The group has raised more than £4,000 for East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (Each) – and donations are still rolling in.

Servest launched its own charity foundation last year called Little Hands in need of Big Help to support children’s causes throughout the UK.

HR adviser Philipa Murfitt had to face nerves caused by jumping out of a plane as well as a fear of heights. She said: “I’m scared of heights, but I knew I was doing it for a good cause, so it got me through it.”

The foundation has raised more than £17,000 for Each and is already planning the next event – a charity gala ball and auction, which will be held in Bury.