Liverpool teacher takes on thrilling 15,000-foot skydive in support of Paul’s Place

A dedicated educator from St Matthew’s Catholic Primary School has fearlessly taken to the skies to raise funds and awareness for a noble cause.

Amidst cheers and encouragement, Mr Garcia embarked on a daring 15,000-foot skydive in support of Paul’s Place, a vital initiative providing specialist bereavement counselling services.

Paul’s Place is a beacon of hope, administered by the Liverpool-based charity, Beacon Counselling Trust. This unique service, named in memory of two cherished individuals from Liverpool, Paul Jensen and Paul ‘Geoff’ Williams, serves as a lifeline for those grappling with the profound pain of bereavement, particularly in the aftermath of suicide.

The poignant legacy of Paul Jensen and Paul Williams underscores the urgent need for accessible and compassionate support for grieving families. Paul Jensen, beloved brother of Kathy Devlin, and Paul Williams, cherished son of Agnes and Joe Williams, tragically died by suicide, leaving behind enduring sorrow and a deep sense of loss.

Speaking about his awe-inspiring skydiving endeavour, Mr Garcia expressed heartfelt gratitude to all supporters, donors, and well-wishers who rallied behind him in this noble cause.

He remarked: “This skydive is not just about conquering fears; it’s about demonstrating unwavering support for those navigating the challenging journey of bereavement.

“Together, we can make a tangible difference in the lives of grieving families and honour the cherished memories of Paul Jensen and Paul “Geoff” Williams.”

Mr Garcia’s remarkable skydiving feat has not only raised crucial funds for Paul’s Place but has also ignited a beacon of hope and resilience within the community.

His unwavering dedication and selflessness serve as an inspiration to all, reminding us that even amidst the vast expanse of the sky, the human spirit can soar to incredible heights.

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