Sky’s the limit for thrill-seeking Somerset fundraiser Chelsey





Thrill-seeking children's Therapist from Somerset is raising money for the children and families she loves to work with

Adventurous Chelsey Oxley from South Petherton is taking part in a special charity tandem skydive on 23rd June 2018 at Dunkeswell Airfield to raise money for Somerset's children’s charity bibic, a cause close to her heart.

Chelsey works at bibic as a Developmental Therapist supporting children and their families living with the challenges of neurological and genetic conditions. Chelsey's going the extra mile in June to raise money and awareness about the charity’s service she’s so passionate about.

Chelsey says,

“Every day desperate parents look to me for expertise and advice for help to improve the life of their child. This is the hardest part of the job but also the most rewarding. By the end of our time together, it’s great knowing that I’ve empowered them with information to support their child, so they know how to help them cope better in different situations and help them reach their potential. I love my job and seeing the difference our service makes is so rewarding.

So I'm ready to jump out a plane and raise money for these amazing families who need our vital service; we receive no funding so donations and fundraising challenges and events are essential to keep us going.”

At times, living with disabilities and difficulties can become overwhelming and parents, carers and teachers need bibic’s expertise to help them better understand and support a child’s behaviour and needs. bibic’s life changing therapies and strategies empower families and professionals who want to improve the quality of life for a child both at home and school;

One mum who recently saw Chelsey to get help for her son Freddie (pictured) said that improvements in his communication and behaviour mean that Freddie and his family can now get out of the house more without worrying about meltdowns. This is making a big difference to them as a family and Freddie’s able to cope better in the world around him.

Chelsey needs your help to reach the sky and make a difference to many more children who need bibic's service. Please donate whatever you can, no matter how small. Every penny goes straight to where it counts, buying equipment for bibic’s sensory and play rooms and continuing to provide life changing therapies to help children with disabilities. Thank you.

To donate, please go directly to: https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/chelsey-oxley3

bibic also have some places left for thrill seekers like Chelsey if you’d like to change lives and jump for a great cause. To sign up and for more information go to: http://bibic.org.uk/events/skydive-jump-bibic/

Press release distributed by Pressat on behalf of bibic, on Thursday 26 April, 2018. For more information subscribe and follow http://www.pressat.co.uk/


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