PCN President Raises over $5000 for The Dream Trust by Abseiling 100m
PCN President/C.E.O., Rachel Humphrey, together with her two friends, Jane and Tania raised £4132 (see here) for The Dream Trust by abseiling 100 metres down the Spinnaker Tower in Portsmouth, UK.
Rachel said “The anticipation and waiting at the top was tough but the second I walked onto the platform was genuinely terrifying; I was petrified. Getting into position on the wall was equally frightening but then once I started the descent and felt in control, the fear left and I actually loved it. It was great to have the support of the PCN Head Office team, Judith, Sam and Wendy who were there to cheer me on.”
The Dream Trust provides life-saving insulin to poor children. It costs GB £200 to pay for the insulin that keeps a child alive for 1 year and Rachel, Jane and Tania are delighted to have already raised enough funds to fund over 20 children.
Rachel added “Thank you so much to everyone who sponsored and supported us!
The abseil was also reported on page 140 of HLPFI - see here.