Sky’s the limit for charity thank-you
A YOUNG Manchester mum has made a 15,000-foot skydive to raise £7,000 for charities which helped her family before and after the death of her husband from cancer.
Justine Radiven and her friend Justine Gough jumped in aid of Chai Cancer Care, which offered support and therapy when Mrs Radiven’s husband, Daniel, was gravely ill and after his death. Half the money will go to educational charity Seed, whose staff helped Mrs Radiven to counsel her children.
“Chai have been invaluable and really helped with the burden during my husband’s illness,” she said. “They continue to support me with therapies and counselling and a play therapist for my two eldest children. Seed are an amazing group of people who have made us part of their families, helping me to answer some of the most difficult questions of my eldest daughter, who is six years old.”
Justine Radiven heads for a (safe) fall