At the beginning of September, 18-year old Ami Crowley bravely undertook a sponsored tandem skydive to commemorate her grandmother Jayne, who sadly lost her battle with cancer in 2014.
Jayne was a strong, inspirational and brave woman who worked as a nurse. She will always been remembered as someone who brought happiness and joy into any situation and was loved by many.
Ami’s skydive was crowd-funded, with the object of raising money for donating to Marie Curie Cancer Care, where her grandmother had worked, and Kernos.
Announcing her venture at The Kernos Centre’s 15th Anniversary celebration back in April, Ami said: “Kernos is a fantastic charity, with amazing staff who work so hard, and I cannot thank them enough personally for everything they have done for me. I would like to give them something back as a thank you, and also to help others in need”.
Chris Boatwright, Clinical Director of Kernos, responded: “I would like to congratulate Ami, not only for successfully completing what must have seemed like a most daunting feat but also for her generous donation. This will go towards helping to provide counselling aimed at improving the life chances of children and young people with psychological, mental health and other challenges who are referred to us at Kernos.”
If you would also like to help the Centre’s work with children and young people by boosting Ami’s fundraising effort – you can do so either by:
1) sending a cheque, made out to ‘Kernos Centre’, to The Kernos Centre, 32-34 Friars Street, Sudbury, Suffolk, CO10 2AG
2) clicking on the ‘Donate Now’ button at the top of the this page, and following the instructions
If you are a taxpayer, your contribution could also be eligible for Gift Aid – which means that every £10 contributed is worth £12.50 to us. For a Gift Aid Declaration form, please contact us – either at the above address or by e-mail at email@example.com