Thrill seeker raises more than £2,000 from skydive

Zoe Courtesy of Chelone Wolf
Matt411 12 October 2015 - 4:28pm

A thrill-seeking professional model jumped from a plane last month (September) to raise more than £2,000 for the Lymphoma Association, putting her in the top 3% of fundraisers on JustGiving in September. 

Zoe, who was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s lymphoma in September 2014, raised a total of £2,051 – more than double her target of £1,000.

Zoe says it was the medical information published on the Lymphoma Association website that first alerted her to the symptoms of lymphoma and that what she was experiencing could be lymphatic cancer.  In June of this year, Zoe was told she had gone into complete remission.

Jonathan Pearce, our chief executive, said: ‘It is always nice to hear personal examples of how our work has made a difference to someone’s life.

‘We are hugely grateful to Zoe for the awareness and money she raised from her brave skydive which will help us to support people affected by lymphoma.’

Footage from Zoe’s skydive can be seen on her JustGiving page.