• International Workplace
  • 20 June 2013

Workplace Law lifts off for a Help for Heroes skydive

Following the success of the 78-mile cycle ride to raise money for Help for Heroes, Workplace Law is once again attempting an epic challenge, all in the name of charity.

On 31 August 2013, Workplace Law Environmental Consultant, Kimberley Greed, and her friend, Annabel Rabbets, Marketing Assistant at Raytheon UK, will complete a 14,000 feet parachute jump to raise money for the charity, Help for Heroes.

These two brave ladies will be undertaking a two and a half mile tandem parachute jump, where they will be strapped to a professional skydiver to get them to the ground safely.

The jump will be held in Cambridge near the Workplace Law head office, giving Workplace Law friends and family the opportunity to come and support the special event.

Commenting ahead of the big day, Kimberley said:

“We are so excited to start fundraising for such an amazing charity. Yes this event will be nerve-wracking, but if we can raise some support for Help for Heroes then it will be completely worth it.”

The team is looking to raise £700 for Help for Heroes and donations can be made online here:

In addition to raising money for Help for Heroes, Workplace Law will also be completing challenges to help raise money for their other chosen charities for 2013, Action Medical Research and Exhall Grange Specialist School.

The Health and Safety team also recently delivered some pro bono fire warden and first aid training to Action Medical Research, while Head of Health and Safety, Simon Toseland, will be cycling from London to Paris on 17 July for the charity.

We are extremely grateful for all of the support we have received and please `keep an eye out for an update on all of our charity challenges in the coming months!