Sophie Andrews stepped out of a plane at 15,000ft to raise money in support of her brother, Rio Jacombe.
"It was scary but I can't wait to do it again!"
Those are the words of Sophie Andrews, 21, from Grimsby, who took part in a sponsored skydive to raise money for the hospice.
She was inspired to complete the feat at Hibaldstow Airfield last month by the care her four-year-old brother, Rio Jacombe, received at the hospice.
Rio was born prematurely with trachea bronchial malacia, Down's Syndrome, chronic lung disease, Atrioventricular Septal Defect, partial deafness and two holes in his heart.
He has undergone surgery many times and has received care at the hospice, although he has now been discharged and is enjoying being at school.
Rio and Sophie's mum, Nicola, is a staunch hospice supporter and volunteers at our shops. She always says the hospice is a "Godsend".
Today, the family - minus Rio, who was at school - came in to present her skydive sponsorship money, totalling more than £800.
Sophie said: "It was a brilliant experience. I wanted to go back up again straight away! I definitely want to do another."
Thanks Sophie for your support!