A trainee dispensing optician from Alloa has raised almost £600 after taking to the skies to support people with sight loss.
Kimberly Logan joined other Specsavers colleagues on Sunday 23 September to skydive out of a plane in a bid to raise money for sight loss charity partners, Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB).
Kimberly, with thanks to her family, friends, colleagues and Specsavers customers has raised £587.50 so far, exceeding her initial target of £475.
Kimberly said: ‘Thank you to everyone who helped in raising awareness for the RNIB. I’ve been so lucky to have so much support from friends, family and customers of Specsavers Alloa. I couldn’t have asked for a better turnout, everything went so well and it even stayed dry!’
‘It was a lovely day thanks to Skydive St. Andrews, fellow fundraisers and Angela Preston from RNIB who very kindly helped to document the Big Jump!’