Bunnnggeeee on the Clyde!!

Posted by / Tuesday 05 April 2016 /

Young Ambassadors Siobhan and Craig recently worked alongside Action for Children Scotland Fundraising Team at the Titan Crane Bungee Jump over the river Clyde in Glasgow.

They had a fantastic day helping to run the event, and Craig even mustered up the courage to jump himself at the end of the day!!


Craig Healy (Ambassador): Taking part in the Titan Crane Bungee Jump was completely and utterly life changing. I am extremely grateful for the opportunity to be an ambassador for Action for Children Scotland and I want to extend all the thanks in the world to them for helping me change my life for the better! I can’t wait for the next opportunity to get involved!

Andrew Finlay (Participant): What an incredible experience! I’ve never felt an adrenaline rush like it and I want to thank Action for Children Scotland for allowing me to support the incredible work they do here in Scotland for disadvantaged children and young people and for enabling me to tick off something from my bucket list. I’ll definitely be keeping an eye open for any future Action for Children adrenaline events!

Michelle Hall (Participant): Without doubt the scariest but most exciting thing I’ve ever done! The staff and volunteers were great and I’m proud to be a part of something that’s directly improving the lives of children and young people in my local community and communities throughout the country.

Stuart Laurie (Community Fundraiser & Participant): From my capacity as a fundraiser I was blown away by the amount of effort people made to raise sponsorship as part of their participation in this event. The day was a huge success, with great weather and great energy adding to the overall experience. Our ambassadors and volunteers were a pleasure to work with and I couldn’t have done it without them.

Well done to our Young Ambassadors Craig and Siobhan! Thanks for all your help – see you at the next event!

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