Katy officially launched our new charity partnership with a daring skydive raising money for teenagers and young adults living with cancer.
Katy took part in a thrilling tandem skydive, freefalling from over 10,000 feet in the air at a breathtaking 120mph until her parachute opened at 5000 feet for a smooth descent back to the ground.
Katy made the jump at the Hinton Skydiving Centre near Oxford.
Images and Video courtesy of Steve Baldwin
Katy pledged to perform the daredevil feat to mark the partnership between Help a Capital Child – 102.2 Capital FM’s charity – and Teenage Cancer Trust. Over the next year, Help a Capital Child will be working with Teenage Cancer Trust to raise money for young people with cancer and to fund specialist units in hospitals across Birmingham. Providing state-of-the-art medical facilities for teenagers living with cancer, the units give them the opportunity to meet other young people in a similar situation and the best possible chance of a positive outcome.