Skydive for Living Resources



On Friday, July 28th, my son and I jumped out of a plane to benefit an incredible local organization, Living Resources Foundation , based in Albany, NY. 13,500 feet from plane to ground. Neither I or my son had jumped before. 

Coolest part? This jump raised $7k money for an incredible organization, Living Resources, that provides career, educational, and vocational opportunities for more than 1,200 disabled individuals in one or more than 14 programs throughout the Capital/Saratoga region of New York in 11 counties.

From services for brain injury and deaf persons to employment and residential programs for the disabled, Living Resources does a ton for the handicapped and I believe that it’s time to say thanks for everything they do. My son, Tim feels the same way: “Living Resources is a wonderful organization, and after the miracles they work day to day, I really want to give back”.

While we already jumped, my son and I have decided to keep going with the fundraiser until August 12th, 2017. We want to  reach our goal of $10k and continue to spread awarness for Living Resources.

We embraced the opportunity of a life time with open arms. It was just a little scary (at least for me), but now it is time to keep moving forward!

Want photos, video or have questions? Please feel free to reach out to me!

TO LEARN MORE ABOUT LIVING RESOURCES:

http://www.livingresources.org/

THANK YOU!

Donations

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  • Brigid Garelik 
    • $50 
    • 42 mos
  • Terrence O'Herron 
    • $25 
    • 42 mos
  • Cheryl Thomson 
    • $25 
    • 42 mos
  • Shelly Powers 
    • $100 
    • 42 mos
  • Anonymous 
    • $120 (Offline)
    • 42 mos
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Organizer

John Fisher 
Organizer
Kingston, NY
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