Lorna Prince the GSPCA Animal Welfare Manager is jumping out of a plane to raise funds to help animals in Guernsey.
Lorna Prince said “I am the Welfare Manager at the GSPCA and see how hard the Charity, it’s volunteers and staff work to help wild and domestic animals in the Channel Islands.”
“The GSPCA is supported wholly by donations and does not receive any State’s funding.”
“On a daily basis I see the huge difference a small donation can make and I’d like to make more of a difference while experiencing the thrill of a bird’s eye view of our beautiful coastline, if I can bare to open my eyes!”
“The Skydive has been paid for so all donations made will go directly towards the good work of the Charity and the animals in it’s care.”
Steve Byrne GSPCA Manager said “It is amazing when anyone takes the time and braves any challenge to raise funds for any charity and we are extremely grateful for Lorna who is jumping out of a plane to help raise funds for the Animal Shelter.”
“Lorna has helped save, rescue, rehome and care for thousands of animals at the GSPCA and I’m sure they as we would all like to thank her for undertaking this brave challenge.”
Lorna Prince takes her leap from a plane on the 23rd August and from all at the GSPCA we thank her for her brave and kind skydive to raise funds for the GSPCA and animals in Guernsey.
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We are currently looking for teams to register and get involved with the Giant Animal Welfare Mascot It’s a Knockout Race on Sunday 14th September. For details please click here.