On the 11th of June 2014, Cultrix social media and online brand manager, Mat skydived from 15,000 feet to raise money for Age UK. We've so far raised just under £500 via the JustGiving page. The total amount was £471!
A huge thanks to: Amber, Andrew Clifton-Brown, Anna Robertson Davis, Ben Reek, Brian Dukes, Carla Hobson, Dan Leveille, Daniel Stirling, Gaetan, Hugh Ferguson, Hugh Jones, James O'Gorman, Jennie Brumpton & Sue Mills, Kyla Myers, Leigh Sales, Lindsey Watson, Mark Lockyear, Mark Woodcock, Matty, Money chaser :), Nikki C, Paul Arrowsmith, Rachel Smith, Ryan, Sheenagh (Ageuknc), Stacey Tinkler, Steve C, T3, The Commander and several other sponsors who wished to remain anonymous.
And a HUGE thank you to EVERYBODY that has sponsored the skydive and raised money for a worthy cause. Also a massive thanks to Cultrix who funded the skydive and the campaigns around it.
The fundraising campaign has been split across the national Age UK charity, and the local charity, Age UK Barnsley. We're still waiting to hear how much has been raised offline.
Mat landed safely on the ground flying the Cultrix brand colours, green and blue after weather issues delayed the skydive.
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