The sky will be the limit for Jack Robinson tomorrow when he takes to the skies to raise money for St Nicholas Hospice.
Mr Robinson, a funeral arranger at the East of England Co-op’s Meredith Greengrass Funeral Service in Bury St Edmunds, has seen first-hand the invaluable work that the Hospice does and felt that it was time to give something back.
He said: “I meet many grieving families who have lost someone they love.
“During this difficult time, I often hear how caring, attentive and helpful St Nicholas Hospice is towards them and their loved ones.
“Like the East of England Co-op funeral services, the hospice cares about the little things that really count.”
For this reason, Mr Robinson has decided to don his goggles and parachute to raise some much-needed funds for the hospice by undertaking his first-ever sky dive, at Beccles airfield.
Anyone who would like to support him in reaching his £500 target can do so by visiting: www.justgiving.com/fundraising/Jack-Robinson6