ACA hopes to rope in more funds for charity

Catherine Renewweb

It’s just five weeks to go until Ambulance Care Assistant Catherine Renew will take on her fear of heights and abseiling off the Royal London Hospital helipad for charity.

The helipad is on the top of the 17th floor of the hospital and more than 280 feet above the streets of London.

Catherine, who works on a high dependency unit at Greenstead, will be taking on the challenge on Thursday, 14th September and is hoping to raise as much money as she can for the London Air Ambulance.

She said: “Any air ambulance is worth the cause and I have relatives and friends in London too. Hopefully I will never need their services. They do a wonderful job and need the help to raise money.

“I am not over keen on heights but feel it's a worthwhile charity to overcome those fears. This is a freefall one as it's not going down the side of the building, it's just straight down.”

If you would like to donate to Catherine’s challenge, please visit her fundraising page here.

From all of us at EEAST – good luck Catherine!

Published 10th August, 2017

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