ISLAND SKYDIVE GIRLS RAISE $7200 FOR CHARITY!
The Coochie Sky Dive girls who recently plummeted out of an aircraft with the Love, Hope, Jump group, have helped raise $56,000 for their charity.
The island girls were part of a group that decided a jump from an aircraft was a 'fun way' to raise funds for the charity, the Cape Town Project.
The island girls were among the 63 people involved in the jumping from the aircraft and the fund raising. One of the directors, Emma Jolly, is currently in Cape Town getting the project up and running.
The Coochie Girls raised $7200 towards that total.
Coochie Love Hope Jump Sunday Sesh was successful in raising $4200 alone and this was the highest fundraising event of Love Hope Jump for the year. The island fund raisers are deservedly proud of their efforts and excited to see the fruition of the Safe House Cape Town Project. The community love and support that they felt from Coochiemudlo Island really set our spirits alive.
Their kindness, generosity & support was overwhelming and appreciated by all of us.