Switalskis’ staff take to the sky to raise money for CHSF

Our staff showed their bravery on 17th September when they took part in a charity skydive to raise money for our chosen charity, Yorkshire’s Children’s Heart Surgery Fund. Sunny Sandhu, Louise Kitchin, Nikki Przewoznik and Aamir Khan raised £3,000 from the jump, bringing the total raised by the firm to almost £8000.

The charity skydive was an experience of a lifetime for our brave members of staff. After a 20-minute briefing at the Hibaldstow Airfield, North Lincolnshire, they were harnessed to the front a fully BPA qualified Tandem Parachute Instructor, before experiencing the thrill of a 120mph freefall.

Following the skydive, and once safely back on the ground, Sunny Sandhu, Clinical Negligence Solicitor said of the experience: ‘Having done my first ever sky dive to raise funds for CHSF, I can confidently say that it was the most exhilarating experiences of my life! Falling through the sun-lit clouds at 120mph and at 15,000 feet was surreal. The experience made me realise how precious life can be.’

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

To find out more about the amazing work carried out by CHSF, click here.