Daventry Express reporter Gemma Ellis will be facing one of her biggest fears when she does a skydive for The Jago Worrall Foundation.
She will be jumping 10,000 feet on Monday, August 26 in a bid to raise further funds for the foundation to help the toddler from Welton.
Gemma said: “I am really very nervous about this challenge.
“I hate flying so throwing myself out a plane is going to take a really big effort, but I am happy to do it.
“Jago’s story has touched the hearts of everyone in the newsroom and we all want to do our bit to help the family.”
To sponsor Gemma, visit www.justgiving.com/gemma-ellis2
Money raised for the Jago Worrall Foundation so far has helped pay for work to start on adapting Jago’s home and installing a hydrotherapy pool.
To donate to the foundation: visit www.justgiving.com/jagoworrall-foundation; text JAGO50 to 70070 (calls cost £1); post to Tree of Hope, 48, Fiador Court, 6 Midway Quay, Eastbourne, East Sussex; or drop your donations into us at: Daventry Express, 63 High Street, Daventry. NN11 4BQ.