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Debbie and Cat Jump for Naomi House

Debbie Scrivener and her friend Cat are jumping 13.500 ft out of a plane in honour of Naomi house, that’s over 2 miles high,  so far they have managed to raise over £1000.

Debbie told Andover Radio,” We chose Naomi House because of the amazing support they offer children and young adults with life limiting illnesses and they support many families within our local community.”

Naomi House & Jacksplace hospices provide 24 hour care to more than 360 life limited and life threatened children and young adults from across central southern England. They offer respite, community, emergency, end of life and post bereavement care on good days, difficult days and last days.

Debbie’s friend Francesca told us, “She deserves this to be big as its such an amazing scary thing she is doing. Debbie has a heart of gold and would help anyone anytime. But this is a selfless thing to do in honour of helping so many people along the way.” 

If you would like to show your support to Cat please visit her Just Giving page here and donate

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