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Nationwide daredevils raise £9,080 for Myton Hospice

On Sunday, 26th November, three brave members of our team joined #TeamMyton for a skydive at Langar Airfield. Amanda Bruce, Cat Feehan and Dave Wilson performed the freefall from 14,000ft to raise funds to support Myton Hospice, a cause that is very close to our hearts at Nationwide.

The Myton Hospices do incredible work, offering help via their patient and family support services, and in the community through Myton at Home, helping thousands of people each year living with terminal illnesses.

Myton is not just about providing excellent end-of-life care, they also offer care and support to patients and their loved ones from the moment they are told that their illness cannot be cured. 

However, Myton needs to raise £10.5 million of the £13.25 million needed each year to enable them to provide their services free of charge.

The three daredevils set a personal target of £6,000 collectively, but they smashed that to raise much more for this incredible charity – eventually raising a total of £9,080!

It was an awesome experience for the three ‘high flyers’ and proves that the sky really is the limit when you set your sights on something.

Pictured (from left): Amanda, Cat, and Dave – they would like to say a huge thank you to everyone who took the time to make a donation, it really has helped to make a difference to so many people during their most difficult time.