Children’s nurses in children’s charity skydive and raffle

Royal Alexandra Childrens Hospital nurses skydive for charity

A group of Paediatric High Dependency Unit (HDU) nurses at Royal Alexandra Children’s Hospital (the Alex) in Brighton, have decided to try and help the The Rockinghorse Children’s Charity by organising and taking part in a children’s charity skydive.

The charity funds vital equipment and support for families that come to stay with in the hospital’s The Trevor Mann Baby Unit and  also more widely across Sussex. The money raised from the skydive will go toward medical equipment, Co2 monitoring, Toni box audiobook readers, sensory equipment for special babies, visualise ceiling lights, woodland wellbeing days, and riding therapy.

One member of the group – Emma – has also organised a raffle, with prizes including

To purchase tickets  and sponsor the team, follow the link and donate to the  Just Giving page and simply put “raffle” and your full name and contact details so you can be contacted if you win a prize.

The skydive is taking place on 25th September.

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