Jasmine sky dives for charity
PUBLISHED: 16:39 08 April 2013 | UPDATED: 16:39 08 April 2013
A Brixington music journalist is going to jump out of a plane at 15,000ft to raise money for charity.
Jasmine Sevette, 20, is raising money for the jump on May 7 to raise money for the Multiple Sclerosis Society.
Jasmine chose the charity because her gran suffers from the condition.
She says she has paid for the jump herself, so every penny raised goes towards the charity.
She said: “It’s scary and something you wouldn’t do everyday. It’s doing something completely different and out of character. I’m raising money for a charity so want to do something daring, exciting and quite nerve-wrecking.”“
She says her boyfriend and the rest of her family are just as nervous.
“He’s excited for me. He’s terrified of heights so very nervous for me too!
“My mum is more nervous, but my dad and brothers now want to do a skydive in the future. “
You can sponsor her by going to: www.justgiving.com/jasminesevette.