25 April 2018

Complex Care Manager dives 13,000 feet for Hospice

On the 29th of April Chichester Complex Care manager Kayleigh Robinson is taking a leap of faith straight out of a plane 13,000 feet up in the sky to raise money for Naomi House and Jacksplace hospice

Naomi House & Jacksplace hospices provide expert hospice care to more than 325 life-limited and life-threatened children, young people and their extended families from Hampshire, Wiltshire, Dorset, Berkshire, West Sussex, Surrey and the Isle of Wight. This life changing hospice has a close connection with the Newcross Chichester branch as many of our service users have had the support of Naomi House and Jacksplace hospice. 

"As a Complex Care manager I have the privilege of working with many amazing, inspirational families, children and young people. Many of these families use Naomi House and Jacksplace for respite, support and end of life care. A service like no other, one that transforms short lives, facilitates beautiful end of life care and continues to support families after bereavement."

"Quite honestly I am terrified of heights and flying (and falling) so you could say this is a bit of a personal challenge for me too! I am not entirely sure if my legs will allow me to get into the plane...my palms are sweaty just talking about it!

One thing is for sure, somehow I will get in the plane, jump, fall 13,000 feet and do my bit to raise money for this wonderful cause."

You can donate to this fantastic cause here.