Kent alumna jumps from a 160ft crane in aid of the Kent Law Campaign

Natalie Salunke, Kent alumna and Chair of the Kent Law Campaign Young Alumni Group jumped off a 160ft crane on Saturday 25th July in aid of raising money for the Kent Law Campaign.

The 160ft crane bungee jump, organised by UK Bungee Club, took place at the O2 Arena in London. Natalie was one of three Campaign supporters taking part; however Natalie completed a solo jump which took courage when facing the height at the top of the crane! To date she has raised a fantastic £325.00 for the Campaign. There is still time to show you support and congratulate Natalie on her JustGiving page:

Of the jump, she says: “So the day finally came when I was expecting to throw myself from 160 ft, on my own, with only a rope attached! I have to say, it was much more terrifying than I thought, and I nearly didn’t do it, but telling myself that it was for a good cause and would be over in a matter of seconds made me jump – all in aid of the Kent Law Campaign and the YAG’s fundraising target.”

Natalie has risen over £7.5k for the Kent Law Campaign by taking part in a variety of challenges ranging from abseiling down the ArcelorMittal Orbit to skydiving; now she can add bungee jumping to her list! We would like to say a huge thank you to Natalie for her dedication, time and support she has shown to the Campaign over the years.