A Huntingdon teenager who did a sky dive to raise funds for Children’s Liver Disease Foundation (CLDF) has described the experience as ‘absolutely epic’. Anastacia Aldrich, aged 17, did the jump for the charity who have provided her and her family with information and emotional support since she was diagnosed with auto-immune hepatitis when she was 12.
“I was keen to give something back to CLDF and a sky dive was the perfect challenge for me as it’s something I’ve always wanted to do,” she explains.
The event completely lived up to expectations. “It was just fantastic – I would 100% do it again and I’m particularly proud to have smashed my £1.000 fundraising target” continued Anastacia.
Alison Taylor, Chief Executive of Children’s Liver Disease Foundation commented: “We are so proud of Anastacia, both for being brave enough to do the sky dive and doing so brilliantly with her fundraising. We’re delighted it was a fantastic experience for her.”