Undaunted staff members from the dorset in Dorset completed the skyrocketing with the help of gardening charities.
Nigel Short from Cherry Tree Kindergarten in Northburn and Andrew Verreck from Chestent Kindergarten volunteer on Monday, August 2.
The orphanage is part of a community of employment opportunities that provide community, support and safe shelter for adults with mental illness.
The charity, now in its 31st year, uses Therapeutic Horticulture and the resulting herbs are sold in retail stores.
Nigel said: “Mental health affects us all at some point in our lives and we have seen a lot of people breaking up over the last 15 months.
“Mental illness is invisible and presents differently to everyone. We are receiving many new referrals for our charity and are committed to helping as much as we can.
Compared to many of my colleagues, I chose to deal with my own temporary anxieties and fears, and I was able to use their amazing resilience and skills to help me cope with their height and flight fears.
The charity works to provide people with long-term or short-term needs, and at their own expense, rehabilitation, rehabilitation, and a safe and inclusive environment in which they can adapt to their mental health.
Andy adds: “Working in the Chess Notice kindergarten has given me great respect for our volunteers.
“It takes courage to face the challenges of living with a mental illness.
Although I had high altitude phobia, I struggled to jump off the plane.
The couple has raised more than ፓ 500, which will go to a shelter project.
From the Cherry Tree Orphanage Ray Alderton Community and Events Coordinator: “The Covenant-19 outbreak has reduced our usual fundraising opportunities.
Of course, this was the first event this charity was able to do this year and we are so grateful to Nigel and Andy.
We have a lot of new questions in charities because many people are having mental health problems for the first time or their symptoms are getting worse.
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