Mum takes on skydive in aid of good cause

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BRAVE mum Kirsty Campbell will face her biggest fear and jump 10,000 feet from a plane in aid of mental health charity – Mind.

The 35-year-old HR manager at IT Specialist Digi Toolbox, hopes to raise £650.

Kirsty, a mum-of-two from Lee-on-the-Solent, said: ‘I’m taking part in this event for Mind because I believe in their cause. The charity helps one in four people in the UK that experiences a mental health problem, every year.

‘The money raised will fund their vital work including the Mind Infoline and advice services.’

Kirsty’s work colleagues at Digi Toolbox are impressed with her bravery and can’t wait to support her in her skydive.

Owner Mark Viccars said: ‘We are all very proud of Kirsty and are behind her 100 per cent. We’ll be there on the day to cheer her on and help her to fundraise to get the total as high as possible.’

The skydive will take place in Salisbury on Sunday, June 25. To donate go to justgiving.com/fundraising/Kirsty-Campbell20