Octavian’s Owner and CEO, Sukhi Ghuman, braves the skies for cancer charity!
Sukhi's father was diagnosed with cancer in early 2012, and after a very short battle, passed away on 16 November 2012. Sukhi's father was immensely close to his heart, and was a major role model in his life, and to lose his father has been devastating for Sukhi to cope with.
As a result, Sukhi will be stepping out of a plane at 13,000 feet over Langar Airfield in Nottingham on 14th May, subject to weather conditions, in a bid to raise over £5,000 for Macmillan Cancer Support!
He will spend the day before in the classroom, learning about all aspects of freefall and canopy control through a series of lectures and practical lessons. The next day, he will experience the rush of adrenaline as he takes his first "leap of faith" from the skies above Langar Airfield.
Macmillan Cancer Support is a cause very close to Sukhi's heart having lost his father to cancer.
Please help him reach his £5,000 target for this worthy cause by visiting http://www.justgiving.com/Sukhi-Sanj and donating generously.
In addition to raising donations from the skydive, Octavian has made a sizeable contribution to the
John van Geest Cancer Research Centre in Nottingham to further support the cancer research cause