Trio to skydive 10,000ft to raise funds for Wakefield Street Kitchen
Three friends will be braving the sky in an effort to raise £2,000 to help the homeless and the vulnerable in Wakefield..
Emma Smith, Lee Farrar and Sean Lamb, who work closely with Wakefield Street kitchen, have each signed up to jump from an altitude of around 10,000 feet.
Friend of the three daredevils, Stacey Farrar suggested they brave the jump.
Stacey said: “I’m going to go with them on the day to show them some support.
“Because we all work so closely with Wakefield Street Kitchen, we get to see all the amazing work they do.
“We’ve really wanted to do something to show some appreciation and help them raise the funds they need to operate.
“I can’t explain how wonderful and professional the street kitchen team are, they make such a massive impact on the communities of Wakefield, especially those on a low income and those who’ve lost their jobs.
“We want to raise our target and get their message out there, hopefully we can get their name out there to help feed the vulnerable.”
Emma raises funds for the Wakefield Street Kitchen with her friends in an initiative called Packed With Hope.
And Lee and Sean work for Bargain Waste Disposal, a service that offers value waste removal services in Wakefield and the surrounding areas.
The jump will take place on Friday, May 28 at Skydive GB.