Proceeds from Handmade Crafts sale, in memory of Daniel Dayalan
This event has raised 135% of its target
A fundraiser by Krystle
- London's Air Ambulance
- The Royal London Hospital Helipad
- 16th September, 2018
For saving the life of Marie Dayalan and in memory of Daniel Dayalan, 9 fearless individuals will be abseiling from the Air Ambulance Helipad at the top of the Royal London Hospital in Whitechapel. It is the highest rooftop helipad in Europe!!
The team includes 5 Allianz employees from Woking & Brentford, and family and friends who are on a mission to raise money for this great charity. The Association of Air Ambulances save lives everyday! On 23rd September 2017, The Essex & Herts rapid response team attended a horrific car accident on the M25, where my parents' car was hit from behind and pushed into the central reservation. They fought hard for 2 hours but sadly my dad did not survive the impact. The fire brigade cut the passenger door to get my mum out and the Ambulance crew were able to safely transport her to the Royal London Resus unit. They saved her life!! Without their expert and sensitive care, I dread to think if my mum would have survived.
So this is an opportunity for me to thank the Air Ambulance team and do something to ensure other lives are saved too! In my dad's memory he lived life to the full and was always up for a challenge so he would very much support this. My mum too has always been a source of encouragement and strength! Many thanks and much love to the great team joining me for this abseil! The event is hosted by the London Air Ambulance. Please help us to support their work, together we can all make a real difference!
Well done sis and friends for your tremendous effort towards an important cause, and in tribute for our dad xx
Proceeds from the Woking office bake sale
Raised and completed by Terry
Well done Krystle. A lovely tribute to your Dad's memory and a worthy cause. We are proud of you.
Well done Krystle. A lovely tribute to your Dad's memory and they saved your Mum's life. A very worthy cause.
Brilliant job, Krystle. Your Mum showed us the hair-raising video at our last CFS group lunch. I wouldn't dare do it! And a great cause.