Sky High Efforts From Concept Resourcing

Eleven employees from West Midlands based specialist recruitment firm, Concept Resourcing, have raised £4,000 in a sky dive for Midlands Air Ambulance Charity. 

The sky dive which took place at Hinton Sky Diving Centre in Northamptonshire, saw the team of consultants jump from a plane at 13,000 feet. 

The £4,000 raised will cover the cost of a lifesaving ventilator, helping to fund a future air ambulance mission.  

Sofia Voutianitis, corporate partnerships manager for Midlands Air Ambulance Charity, says: “With no Government or National Lottery funding, the five missions we attend every day are funded solely by generous members of the public and local businesses like Concept Resourcing, so we are truly grateful for their fantastic support.”

Chris Short, managing director of Concept Resourcing adds: “Although there were nerves when ascending in the aircraft, there were no frowns to be seen as the team reached the landing mark. Many of them sporting huge grins and stating they would love to do it again!

“It was great to see so many people from all areas of our business get involved and raise such a fantastic amount for the charity.”

A huge congratulations to all those who took part: Tom Mills, Danielle Potter, Jodie Turberfield, Emmaleigh New, Amy Adams, Sally Hall, Saf Iqbal, Noor Uddin, Samantha Round, Lucy Davies and Hayley Mintern.

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