Everest Skydive, apart from offering to the world one of the best extreme aerial adventures is also working towards improving the quality of life in the high mountains. To this effect Everest Skydive has partnered with international charity organization Global Angels Foundation.
Global Angels Foundation, the international charity partner of Everest Skydive recently donated branded computers, printers and projector to Khumjung School located in Khumbu Himal. The school which was founded by Late Sir Edmund Hillary in 1961, was in dire need of these equipments to run its Computer Education programme. Everest Skydive worked together with Global Angels to fund the school’s Computer Education Project. Posted below are pictures of Everest Skydive Team donating the equipments to the school’s administration.
Computers for Khumjung School
Wendy Smith, Chief Co-ordinator of ESD & Global Angels Ambassador with school kids
ESD 2011 Crew with Khumjung School’s Staff, Khumjung Village
British racing driver Nick Leventis is on board ESD 2010, and today he made a tandem leap from 27,500 feet, above Mount Everest at Shyangboche dropzone around 13:00 hrs(local time).Accompanying him was tandem master Kevin Hardwick.
A well known personality in the racing circuit, Leventis’ Strakka Racing Team won the LMP2 class this year at the Le Mans 24 Hour Race. He is the ambassador of Global Angels and his jump was made in support of Global Angels Foundation, an international charity supporting Asia’s most disadvantaged children.
Freefalling – Nick, Kevin & Ryan
Solo jumps were made by Wendy Smith(New Zealand) and Ryan Jackson(UK) from the same height.
I traveled with you in Bhutan and Nepal. I have very warm memories. Thank you once again!