Fancy jumping out of a plane to raise money for the hospitality industry?


The Burnt Chef Project is raising funds for its ongoing work by organising a national charity skydive – and it is looking for members of the industry to take part.

It aims to make the skydive one of the biggest in the UK with more than 20 locations to choose from and jumps available throughout the first week in July.

The charity is now calling on thrill-seeking hospitality professionals to get involved and commit to the sky dive while raising £400 for the charity.

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The Burnt Chef Project is looking for fundraisers to participate in the skydive and join the continued campaign to challenge mental health stigma within the trade.

Kris Hall, founder of The Burnt Chef Project, said “We wanted to do something that was awesome, pushed our boundaries and raised money for our ongoing work. The skydive feels like a perfect way to shout from the rooftops about our fight to end the stigma associated with mental health in the hospitality industry.”

He added: “We’re want to get 100 people involved to make this one of the biggest national skydives the UK has seen!”

Anybody interested in taking part in the skydive can head to to register.

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