Vision and WestPoint Home set to go to new heights in charity skydive

Following the news of the recent acquisition of Vision Support Services by US textile giant, WestPoint Home, a team of dedicated staff from both sides of the Atlantic are now set to take on a new challenge; a 15,000 ft charity skydive at the Black Knights Parachute Centre in Lancaster.

Eight brave daredevils will be performing the skydive which is being held in order to raise money for their charity partner, Blackburn Youth Zone, on 17 August and aims to raise vital funds in order to support young people across the Blackburn area.

Head of marketing, Gemma Blake, said: “After announcing our Gold patronage of Blackburn Youth Zone earlier this year, we’re delighted (and a little terrified!) to be able to raise some really fundamental money for this worthwhile charity.

The work that Blackburn Youth Zone does is so inspiring to see and it’s really making an active difference in the lives of young people across the borough. From sponsoring a barrel at the Beer Festival earlier in the year to this charity skydive; we hope to continue doing as much as we can to support them.”

Every penny really does make a difference so Vision and WestPoint Home are asking for industry support. To donate, please visit https://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/VisionSupportServices

Following the news of the recent acquisition of Vision Support Services by US textile giant, WestPoint Home, a team of dedicated staff from both sides of the Atlantic are now set to take on a new challenge; a 15,000 ft charity skydive at the Black Knights Parachute Centre in Lancaster.

Eight brave daredevils will be performing the skydive which is being held in order to raise money for their charity partner, Blackburn Youth Zone, on 17 August and aims to raise vital funds in order to support young people across the Blackburn area.

Head of marketing, Gemma Blake, said: “After announcing our Gold patronage of Blackburn Youth Zone earlier this year, we’re delighted (and a little terrified!) to be able to raise some really fundamental money for this worthwhile charity.

The work that Blackburn Youth Zone does is so inspiring to see and it’s really making an active difference in the lives of young people across the borough. From sponsoring a barrel at the Beer Festival earlier in the year to this charity skydive; we hope to continue doing as much as we can to support them.”

Every penny really does make a difference so Vision and WestPoint Home are asking for industry support. To donate, please visit https://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/VisionSupportServices

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