Staff take to the sky for worthy cause

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DAREDEVIL employees raised thousands of pounds for a worthy cause when they took part in a skydive.

Paul Murray, Lisa Murray and David Raybould, of Paul Murray Investments, in Southsea, raised £1,932 for The Alzheimer’s Society as a result of completing the feat.

The team had originally set themselves a target of raising £1,000 for the charity.

Mr Murray said: ‘With a growing amount of our business focused on clients at or after retirement we are increasingly aware of how important a part health plays in our later years.

‘We wanted to support a charity that is in alignment with our company values and The Alzheimer’s Society fit the bill perfectly.’

Natalie Bettinson, community fundraiser at The Alzheimer’s Society, said: ‘We would like to congratulate Paul, Lisa and David on completing their skydive, and thank them for all their hard work they put into their fundraising.’

For more information about the charity, visit alzheimers.org.uk.