ARBD Care manager jumping for Alzheimers…

Manager of Serenita ARBD Care Home, Milan, and his wife, Tamara, are enduring an adrenaline rush for the Alzheimer’s Society

 

Milan and Tamara have decided to do a 160ft bungee jump from a crane in order to raise money for the leading support and research charity; The Alzheimer’s Society, a membership organisation working to improve the lives of people affected by dementia, their families and carers.

The adrenaline fuelled day will take place on Saturday 4th October at Bray Lake Watersports, Maidenhead; a fantastic location by the water’s edge with the jumpers jumping out over the water.

A bungee jump is already a challenge in its self, but for Milan it is more than a challenge as he is an acrophobic, phobia of heights! He is hoping the jump will help him overcome this, whilst at the same time raising money for a great leading charity.

To support the very brave Milan and his wife Tamara on this great feat, click here to go through to their Just Giving page and donate. All monies go to the Alzheimer’s society.

We will post photos of the jump the following week after and find out if Milan has overcome his fear.

 

Good Luck Milan and Tamara, we are all supporting you here at Notaro & ARBD Care and think you are doing a fantastic challenge for an important charity.

ARBD Care Manager, Milan & wife, Tamara

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